New Delhi, January 23:
The capture man has been handed more than to the Haryana police.New Delhi: Protesting farmers camped at Singhu on the Delhi-Haryana border claimed to have captured a man who says he was aspect of a 10-member group educated to incite violence in the course of the planned tractor rally on January 26 and kill farmer leaders ahead of that. The man, who mentioned he was educated by a police official to disrupt the occasion on Republic Day, has been handed more than to the Haryana police.The protesters mentioned the young man, caught late yesterday evening, was aspect of a conspiracy to break up ongoing agitation which has noticed thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and other states take aspect. The 10th round of talks they held with the Central government yesterday ended in a deadlock.
The farmers have been protesting for almost a month and a half below extreme climatic circumstances demanding the repeal of 3 contentious agricultural laws passed by Parliament in September. The protesters have decided to proceed with a planned tractor rally on Republic Day in Delhi.”Our plan was that on January 26…from the first line, a gun will be fired when the Delhi police tries to stop (the tractor rally). The orders are to first try and stop them (farmers). If they don’t stop, the orders are to fire at them,” the captured man, his face covered, told media persons final evening.”On 24th, the plan is to shoot the four people on stage. We were trained by Pradeep Singh…he is police SHO of Rai (station house officer or station in charge).
Whenever he came to meet us, he would be wearing a mask,” the man alleged.The SHO of Rai police station, having said that, is Vivek Malik and no other policeman named Pradeep is stationed there. Mr Malik, who’s been posted at Rai for the previous seven months, mentioned he watched the farmers’ press conference final evening and was shocked at the claims created by the captured man.At the press briefing, the unnamed man also mentioned there had been nine other folks, such as two ladies, who had been aspect of the group meant to spark chaos at the tractor rally, though he did not know the names of the other folks.
One farmer leader mentioned, “The youth has identified photos of the four farmer leaders who were to be targeted by them in some manner…the operation was to be executed any time after January 23.”The captured man is becoming questioned by the Sonipat police.