New Delhi, Jan 27: The chants of Raj Karega Khalsa have been heard loud in Delhi as actor turned activist Deep Sidhu handed over a kesri flag to a person to hoist on the ramparts of the Red Fort on Tuesday afternoon.
Deep Sidhu has been making an attempt to take the management role of the motion, regardless of him being shun by the farmer unions at numerous levels. On Monday, Sidhu took over the essential stage at Singhu together with gangster turned activist, Lakha Sidhana. They introduced that they’d maintain the march inside Delhi.
The Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee was in favour of sticking to the authentic plan of holding the parade on the Outer Ring Road.
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Deep Sidhu had a plan prepared by Tuesday and first they began a march of their very own earlier than the official march of the farmer unions. They then positioned their henchmen in massive numbers at a street turning in direction of Central Delhi.
From there, they directed different tractors in direction of Red Fort as an alternative of the agreed route. The volunteers who had tried to intervene have been outnumbered by Deep Sidhu and The Sidhana group.
In a video posted Facebook, he stated that they’d hoisted the Nishan Sahib at the Red Fort, whereas exercising their democratic rights to protest. He stated that in such a protest, individuals’s anger flares up and you can’t blame one individual for inciting the protesters. He additionally stated that they went to Red Fort as a symbolic protest and didn’t take away the National Flag. We hoisted the Nishan Sahib as an indication of unity in range.
Do not see the incident in isolation as the farmers’ protest has been happening for months. He additionally stated that the protesters didn’t go to Delhi to hurt anybody or harm authorities property. He additionally added that the protest was peaceable and symbolic and the feelings of the individuals needs to be understood and nobody individual needs to be blamed for the mobilisation of the individuals.