Death of another farmer who joined farmers' agitation at Kundli border, dead body found hanging from tree

Pankaj Prasad
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The deceased farmer Gurpreet Singh is a resident of Roorkee village in Amroh tehsil of Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab and is associated with Siddhpur unit of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU).

New Delhi:The death of people who joined the farmers' movement against the agricultural laws of the central government continues unabated.On Wednesday, another farmer died on the Singhu-Kundli border located in Sonepat, Haryana, adjacent to Delhi.The dead body of the farmer was found hanging from the noose.He was involved in the demonstration of farmers.The farmer has been identified as Gurpreet Singh, a resident of Fatehgarh Sahib in Punjab.

It is being told in the media reports that the deceased farmer Gurpreet Singh is a resident of Roorkee village of Amroh tehsil located in Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab and is associated with Siddhpur unit of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU).After his death, speculations are being made whether he committed suicide or that he has been murdered.

Kundli police station investigating officer Pradeep Kumar told the media that the dead body of a man was found hanging from a tree this morning near Sushant city of Sonepat.The cause of death is not known, but we are told that he was mentally disturbed.The body was brought to the Civil Hospital.

At present, the investigation has been started from both angles by registering an FIR at the Kundli police station.The police of Kundli police station say that the real reason for the death of the farmer will be known only after the post-mortem report comes.

Let us tell you that the farmers' movement against the three agricultural laws of the central government is about to complete one year.On the other hand, the farmers' organization has decided to take out a tractor rally during the winter session of Parliament starting from November 29.

For this, a meeting of the farmers' organization was also organized under the banner of Kisan Ekta Morcha.In this meeting, a strategy was prepared to intensify the movement further.Leaders of many organizations including Rakesh Tikait of Bharatiya Kisan Union were involved in this meeting.


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On the other hand, it is also being discussed in the media that Delhi Police has made up its mind not to allow tractor rally of farmers during the winter session of Parliament.However, it is being said that if farmers' organizations organize a farmers' parliament at Jantar Mantar, then they will definitely be allowed to do so.