Gangster-turned-activist Lakha Sidhana, who has been named in Republic Day violence by the Delhi Police, has once again resurfaced ahead of ‘chakka jam’ by the protesting farmers and released a video on his Facebook page.
In the video, Sidhana can be seen addressing his supporters and asking people from Punjab to join the protest on February 6 in large numbers. The video appears to be shot on February 4 and Sidhana appears to be still at a protest site.
The gangster-turned-social activist has been named in an FIR in connection with Red Fort incidents. Thousands of farmers protesting against the Modi government’s new farm laws had clashed with the police during the tractor rally called by farmer unions on Republic Day.
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