The farmer movement has come under the scanner due to the brutal murder of a man on the Singhu border. The #JusticeForLakhbirSingh and #SinghuBorderHorror trend has caught on on twitter.
Farmer organizations have nothing to dowith the murder, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has given a controversial statement in defense of the farmers' organizations that came under attack after the killing on the Singhu border.He said that this is a conspiracy of the government to defame the movement.The people of the center have done this murder by instigating it.This murder has nothing to do with farmer organizations.Tikait was talking to ABP News.Tikait tried to give aligation that the government has given crores of rupees to the administration to defame the farmers' movement.
Demand for action of violent movement raised on twitterA petition has been raised in the Supreme Court regarding this murder to vacate the Singhu border.Let us tell you that this heart-wrenching crime came to the fore on Friday morning on the Singhu border of Delhi-Haryana.This young man was brutally murdered here on Thursday night.Nihangs have taken the responsibility of this massacre.The deceased was a laborer and was a resident of Tarn Taran in Punjab.
Under any circumstance, this act of humanity has not been welcomed and the mob on twitter are angry at this.
Here are some of the tweets
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-BJP and the sycophants of the media were promoting one thing right. This is a terrorist Khalistani not a peasant movement, but we all raised our voice together against it,— बिसम्बर कुमार बौद्ध (@Bishambar15) October 16, 2021
A poor Dalit, daily-wage earner is tortured and mercilessly disembodied before being killed.— Arora Akanksha (@arora4people) October 16, 2021
In the name of what? Touching a book?
This isn't a movement. This is misdirected & dark anger stemming from baseless hatred.#JusticeForLakhbirSingh #SinghuBorderHorror pic.twitter.com/fe7SbQubFF
This is not Afghanistan but Delhi's Sindhu Border. The #Khalistani who killed him aren't Talibani but Khalistani who are so called farmer @RakeshTikaitBKU‘s men.— JD Roy (@jdroy_) October 15, 2021
This man is openly challenging the might of present regime & we are watching it helplessly. #JusticeForLakhbirSingh pic.twitter.com/zFexZnSt9I