Samwad News Agency, Bahadurgarh (Haryana)
Published by: Bhupendra Singh
Updated to 29 October 2021 12:11 PM Friday
Farmers are sitting on different borders in Delhi to protest against the three agricultural laws. Farmers are several kilometers away at the Tikri border and Kundli border. Many farmers lost their lives during the movement. Also on Thursday, two farmers were killed at a farmers’ protest site in Bahadurgarh.
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Dalbara Singh, son of Dharam Singh and Dhan Singh, son of Ripan Singh from Patti Mana Jetuke village in Bathinda, Punjab, came to participate in the movement for a few days. Dharam Singh is 55 years old and Ripan Singh is 50 years old. The two were in their village tent near power pole No. 166 near Nayagaon Chowk on the bypass. Had lunch here and slept in the tent.
Ripan Singh died suddenly around 4 pm on Thursday. Police arrived at the scene and shifted the body to the Civil Hospital for postmortem after interrogation. About two hours later Dharam Singh also died in the same tent. Fellow farmers reported his death to HL City Outpost Police. Police arrived at the scene and moved the two bodies for postmortem. The matter was also reported to relatives.
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HL City Police Outpost in-charge Gautam said two farmers were killed on the bypass. The cause of his death is unknown. The cause of death of the farmers will be revealed after the postmortem. A postmortem will be conducted on the two bodies on Friday. The matter is under investigation. The next steps in this regard will be taken only after the postmortem.