Lakha Sidhana, 'Wanted' by Delhi Police, Seen at Rally in Punjab
New Delhi: Gangster-turned-activist Lakha Sidhana, who is 'wanted' in connection with the Republic Day violence in the national capital, was on Tuesday seen at a farmers' rally in Bathinda, Punjab. Sidhana openly addressed a rally at a farmers’ protest site in Bathinda’s Mehraj village, warning the Punjab Police against cooperating with the Delhi Police.
Sidhana asked people to “gherao” the Delhi Police personnel if they come to arrest the state youth, apparently referring to the Republic Day violence incident. He accused the Centre of trying to “create fear” in the minds of people with the arrest of youths with an intention of forcing them to withdraw from the agitation.