Heavy Uproar On Singhu Border: SHO Attacked With Sword, Many Policemen Injured

Rahul Kaushik
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Farmers at Singhu Border (Photo source: Outlook India)

Violence has been witnessed once again in Delhi. Today, there is an uproar on the capital’s Singhu border on Friday. Stoning has started between locals and farmers on the border. Actually, the local people came here to protest and in the meantime, there was a clash between the two groups.  Policemen have also been targeted during this period.

Police Attacked With A Sword On The Border

The police were attacked in a ruckus that continued along the Singhu border. The Station house officer (SHO) of Alipore was also attacked during this period. A protestor attacked him with a sword, the SHO was injured in the attack. The protesting protester has been taken into custody. According to the information received, many policemen have been injured in this uproar.

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The Accused Who Attacked SHO Was Caught

SHO Pradeep Kumar of Alipur said in the case that there was a ruckus between the two sides and farmers were attacked with a sword. The accused is apprehended, while the SHO is hospitalized for treatment. Let us tell you that the local people have been protesting against the agitating farmers since Friday morning. Locals were demanding to evacuate the highway. And also opposed the violence in the Red Fort. 

Stone Pelting Between The Two Groups

There was a ruckus between the performances. During this time, stone pelting started between the two groups, after which lathi-charge had to be done to control the situation. On the other hand, a maha panchayat of farmers has started in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. Thousands of farmers have come here from western Uttar Pradesh. Here Naresh Tikait, brother of Rakesh Tikait, will address the farmers.

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I'm Rahul Kaushik, news writer at GrowJust India. I love to write National, International and Business news. You may reach me at rahul@growjustindia.com
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