Sensational claim of suspect arrested on Singhu border, conspiracy to shoot 4 farmer leaders.
Farmers along the Singhu border on Friday caught a suspect, who claimed to have arrived there with the intention of shooting four farmer leaders and also aimed to create hurdles in the proposed farmers' tractor march on 26 January. was. The suspect also stated that he was accompanied by a team of 10 people, of which 2 are women. The suspect was later handed over to the police.
Farmer leader Kulwant Singh, along with the suspect, told in a press conference held on the Singhu border that efforts were being made to disrupt the farmers' movement. He further said that the man wearing the mask and his associates have been threatened that if they uncover anything, their family members will be killed.
Talking to the media, this suspicious man said, 'We had planned to stop the farmers from moving for the tractor rally on 26 January and if they did not stop, we would first be firing in the air and our other colleagues would shoot from behind. So that the policemen there feel that the farmers are firing on them. We were a team of 10 people, of which 2 are women. '
The suspect then said, "Our team was given weapons here at two places. For January 26, we had planned that half of the team members would be wearing police uniforms to disperse groups of farmers. We were also given pictures of the four people who were to be shot. The person who instructs us is a policeman.
He continued, 'We were working for money. There are some more people who were involved in the scheme and are yet to catch up. I would request that our family not be informed about this. We were given 10-10 thousand rupees to spoil the atmosphere.
The suspect insisted that there is a 100 percent possibility of deteriorating atmosphere here on 26 January. He said, 'I have also told the identity of the rest of the people who came here to spoil the atmosphere. He must have worn boots, turban and jeans. Those who come here on 26th January to wreak havoc must have worn police uniforms. The man was later handed over to the police.