Tribune News Service
Bathinda, April 11
Delhi violence case accused Lakha Sidhana remained on the premises of civil hospital in a automobile for round an hour on Saturday evening when his cousin Gurdeep Singh was admitted after being allegedly overwhelmed up by Delhi Police, however Bathinda police failed to arrest him.
Bathinda SSP Bhupinderjit Singh Virk mentioned, “When we received details about his presence, our groups headed by SP (metropolis) went there to arrest him, however by then Lakha had fled.”
Lakha Sidhana’s cousin Gurdeep Singh has claimed in an announcement to police that he was forcefully lifted by Delhi police particular cell and was taken to Janakpuri police station, the place he was tortured.
It is learnt from the police sources that in an announcement given to Bathinda police, Gurdeep Singh has acknowledged that on April 8 he had boarded a practice at 4.30 pm from Rampura railway station as he was to take his legislation examination. He reached Patiala at about 7.15 pm and was picked up by his pal Gurpreet Singh, resident of Mehraj, who’s working as a patwari with the irrigation division.
Further, he has acknowledged that on their manner to Punjabi University, Patiala, they have been stopped close to Urban Estate in Patiala by the officers of the Special Cell of Delhi Police they usually have been forcibly made to sit of their automobiles.
He additionally mentioned they have been blindfolded and brought to Janakpuri police station in New Delhi, the place he was tortured. The subsequent day police social gathering dropped them at Ambala bus stand from the place they reached Patiala and stayed there for the evening at his pal Gurpreet’s residence. The subsequent day they reached their village. The panchayat of his village received him admitted to civil hospital on Saturday evening.
Gurdeep has suffered a number of accidents from blunt weapons as talked about within the MLR report.
SSP Virk mentioned, “Bathinda police have recorded the assertion of Gurdeep Singh and has began enquiries on the premise of the assertion. Further authorized motion, as required, can be taken on the completion of enquiries by the police.”
While speaking to The Tribune, Lakha Sidhana demanded that the Punjab authorities ought to register a case towards the Delhi police for abducting a youth from its territory with out informing the native police and badly beating him. He appealed to Sanyukt Kisan Morcha to take motion towards this.
Lakha mentioned, “We have to stand out towards these items, as a result of at present it’s my cousin, tomorrow it may very well be you as Delhi police would goal every one to crush the farmers protest.”
Reacting to the incident, former Punjab minister and Congress MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu has raised a query towards state authorities in a tweet. “Shameful that Delhi police is allowed to torture Punjabis in our area and territory. It violates Punjab Govt’s authority – with whose connivance was it achieved??Lessons ought to be learnt from Mamta Banerjee who put CBI behind bars once they encroached in W. Bengal’s jurisdiction,” he mentioned.