Nihang Sarabjit surrendered, claimed responsibility for the brutal killing of a man at Singhu Border

Sarabjit Singh, a member of the Nihang community, has surrendered to the police and claimed responsibility for the brutal killing of a man at a farmers’ protest at Kundli near the Delhi-Haryana border.

Haryana Police on Friday detained a person in connection with the Singhu border incident. Sarabjit Singh, a member of the Nihang community, has surrendered to the police and claimed responsibility for the brutal killing of a man at a farmers’ protest at Kundli near the Delhi-Haryana border. He will be produced in a court in Sonipat on Saturday.

Sources said that Sarabjit Singh’s father Kashmir Singh has also been arrested by Haryana Police from Sonipat.

A man was beaten to death, his hand was amputated and more than 10 wounds were sustained on his body with sharp weapons at a farmer protest site on the Haryana-Delhi Singhu border outside Delhi on Friday morning.

Police said the victim Lakhbir Singh was a laborer from Cheema Khurd village in Punjab’s Tarn Taran and was around 35 years old.

In a video clip that has surfaced on social media, some Nihangs are seen standing near the injured man’s head with his severed left hand. The group is heard accusing them of insulting a Sikh holy book.

Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of over 40 Indian farmers’ unions against the Centre’s three agricultural laws, said a group of Nihangs have claimed responsibility for the brutal killing when the man read the Sarbalo scripture. Tried to defile.

Earlier, the Haryana Police had said that by the time policemen reached the spot, the person had died. An official statement said that when the police tried to take away the body, the people present at the spot protested.

After much effort, the body was brought to Civil Hospital in Sonipat for post-mortem. An FIR was registered under sections 302 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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