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India farmers’ divulge: Punjab & Haryana HC orders judicial inquiry into demise of farmer Shubhkaran Singh

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The incident occurred when safety personnel kept away from several protesting farmers, who were attempting to head towards barricades, from crossing the state border.

Amid the ongoing farmers’ divulge in India, the Punjab and Haryana High Court docket on Thursday (March 7) ordered a judicial inquiry into the incident of farmer Shubhkaran Singh’s demise.

Singh died closing month for the length of a skirmish that broke out between protesting farmers and the Haryana safety personnel at Khanauri border.

A division bench of Performing Chief Justice G S Sandhawalia and Justice Lapita Banerji was listening to petitions connected to the farmers’ divulge.

Suggest Uday Partap Singh, who is in reality a petitioner in the matter, said that the court ordered the judicial probe into Shubhkaran Singh’s demise.

He added that the investigation into the matter will be conducted by a retired HC pick and two ADGP unhealthy officers of Punjab and Haryana.

Twenty-one-yr-previous Singh died and 12 police personnel suffered injuries in clashes at Khanauri border level on the Punjab-Haryana border on February 21.

The incident occurred when safety personnel kept away from several protesting farmers, attempting to head towards barricades, from crossing the state border.

Punjab police register FIR on farmer Shubhkaran Singh’s demise

Punjab police registered a zero FIR on Feb 29 in the case of Singh’s demise.

Punjab IGP Sukhchain Singh Gill said that the probe will proceed as per the law after consulting with the suitable specialists.

“Within the matter of Shubhkaran (Singh), after consulting the suitable specialists, the Punjab Police has registered a zero FIR. Additional investigation will be carried out as per the law. His household is performing his closing rites at the present time. Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann equipped compensation of Rs 1 crore to the household and a daughter in the household is being given the job of a constable,” said Gill.

Farmers resume ‘Delhi Chalo’ March

The farmers resumed the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march on Wednesday (Mar 6) in a justify to amplify their demands over varied elements, including Minimum Give a take to Designate (MSP) assurance, and aid from debt burden, amongst others.

Dozens of them were detained en path to Sleek Delhi and were stopped by police about 200 km (125 miles) north of the capital.

Samyukta Kisan Morcha (Non-Political), or United Farmers’ Front, released a assertion pronouncing that the farmers had begun continuing towards Delhi but were stopped by police in some states, in step with recordsdata agency Reuters.

(With inputs from agencies)

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