‘Gal fasla di nhi hai, nasala di hai’, said Lakha Sidhana in Mehraj rally

The Fact News Service
Mehraj (Bathinda), February 23
Gangster turned leader Lakha Sidhana, who is wanted by Delhi Police in case of Republic Day violence and carries prize money of Rs. 1 lakh for sharing info about him, today attended a rally at Mehraj village native village of Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh and remained in public for almost more than one hour. Thousands of farmers and their supporters had come to the rally today. At the given time, Lakha Sidhana joined the rally and surprised everyone. He sat on the stage and addressed the people for a few moments and from there went to the safety of his former gangster associates. Then after a while, Lakha Sidhana came back on the stage and he addressed for about 9 minutes and said that the arrests that are taking place are wrong. Addressing this rally, which was called by himself, he called upon Punjabis particularly youth to remain united in this fight with Delhi Darbar. He also said that farmers will not accept any amendment in three farm laws and only their repeal is acceptable to us. He said that the Union government was arresting the people of Punjab and announcing rewards for aiding with their arrest. Sidhana said: “Gal fasla di nhi hai, nasala di hai”. He appealed to the Dalit community to participate in the protest in large numbers. After the rally, Sidhana ran away on a motorcycle from the spot. He appealed to the youth to unite and come out of the gossip of politicians and said that Congress, Aam Aadmi Party, etc. are using the youth for their own ends. He said that the battle of the movement is long, but victory is also certain. He said that if any youth is arrested by Delhi Police in collaboration with Punjab Police, then Amarinder Government will be directly responsible for it. He further said that he along with his supporters will accept any programme given by Sanyukat Kisan Morch (SKM) and will not give any separate programme from it. He also called upon Punjabis to wholeheartedly support farmers’ movement and move to Delhi borders in maximum numbers in support of farmers. On the other hand, Joginder Singh, a farmer leader sitting on the frontier on the Singhu border, kept himself away from Lakkha Sidhana and said that Sidhana’s agenda may be that of Khalistan, but this is not the part of farmers protest. Police still do not intend to say anything about it. On the other hand, the crime branch team of Delhi Police has reached Bathinda.