4 BKU members arrested by Haryana Police
Charged with tried to homicide for assault on the car of Kurukshetra MP Nayab Singh
Four members of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) have been arrested by Haryana Police on Wednesday on costs of try and homicide below the Indian Penal Code, amongst others, for the alleged assault on the car of Kurukshetra Lok Sabha member Nayab Singh throughout a protest a day in the past.
A lot of farmers held a sit-in agitation outdoors Shahbad Police Station in Kurukshetra through the day in protest in opposition to the arrests.
Mr. Singh had gone to Majri Mohalla for a private go to on Tuesday when BKU members gathered outdoors the home being visited by him to carry a protest. When the Member of Parliament bought inside his automobile to return, the BKU members surrounded the car, raised slogans and confirmed black flags to him. The protesters tried to drag Mr. Singh out from inside his car and some of them even sat on the bonnet of the automobile, stated the police. They additionally smashed the rear windscreen of the automobile. Mr. Singh had a slim escape, added the police.
The MP was escorted to security by a police workforce.
Later, a case was lodged on costs of try and homicide, wrongful restraint, rioting, illegal meeting and inflicting damage below the Indian Penal Code at Shahbad Police Station and 4 individuals have been arrested. Eleven folks have been named within the First Information Report, whereas eight to 10 are unidentified. The police stated that they had a video of the incident clearing displaying the protesters attempting to drag out the legislator and smashing the windscreen of the car.
Those arrested have been produced earlier than the courtroom and despatched to jail.
Local farmers and members of farmer unions throughout Haryana have been protesting in opposition to the participation of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Jannayak Janta Party MLAs in private and official programmes in view of the continued agitation in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines. Mr. Singh is with the BJP.
Similar protests have been held in opposition to Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala and Chief Minister Manohar Lal throughout their respective visits to Hisar and Rohtak earlier this month.