New Delhi: During the proposed tractor rally on the occasion of Republic Day on 26 January, the plot to assassinate four of them farmer leaders and create unrest was busted. During a late-night press conference on the Singhu border, a man was introduced by farmer leaders, who claimed that his team members were allegedly lathi-charged to the crowd as policemen during a tractor rally and the case was raging have been asked to fire.
The suspect, whom the farmers have caught from the Singhu border, has also allegedly named a police officer of Rai police station in Sonipat. This young man says that this officer has conspired to shoot four farmer leaders sitting on the dais on January 26 when something goes wrong. The officer has also shared the photographs of those four leaders with this suspect. The farmers also presented the suspect caught before the media.
In press conference, this man is saying that… he has given weapons at two places, one near Makhan Bhog, one in the street. As soon as on January 26, they (farmers) will try to grow. In that we will try to stop the shoot first, if it does not stop even then there is an order to shoot in their knees. Our team, which will be from behind, has 10 boys, they will shoot from behind. So the policemen will feel that the farmers have run this in Delhi.
In front of the media, this person further says that… the rally will be held on 26th. Half of them will be people who will be from home, in police uniform. To disperse them. The four people who will be on the stage, they have to shoot, the photo of four people has been given. The one who teaches us is Pradeep SHO, Rai is in the police station. We have never seen it, even it comes by planting. We watched the batch.
On this issue, the Delhi Police says that they have no information in this regard. The police has not received any such complaint till now. At the same time, the police also said, “If the farmers caught any suspect, then hand it over to us. We will inquire. “
On the other hand, when a team of Haryana Police reached the spot, the farmers stopped their car when they were going out of the Singhu border with the said suspect. The suspect’s youth was ejected from the police vehicle. A conversation took place between the farmer leaders and the police team in the presence of the suspect in a room when the police were able to take him to the Kundali police station in Sonepat.
After this, the suspected man caught from the Singhu border was taken to the Crime Branch office, where he is currently being questioned. It is being told that the accused Yogesh is a resident of New Jeevan Nagar of Sonepat.