The Haryana police have made one arrest within the brutal homicide of Dalit laborer Lakhbir Singh on the Kundli border. The accused named Nihang Sarabjit was arrested by the Police. A media report means that the ‘Nihang’ was arrested after he surrendered claiming accountability for killing Lakhbir Singh.
A video shared by information company ANI exhibits the police taking away the accused in a police van amidst “Bole so Nihal” slogans.
As may be seen within the snippet, the Nihang Sikhs who’ve gathered across the police van, chant the slogan because the police lead the accused into the police jeep.
Reports recommend that the arrest is made primarily based on suspicion, and additional investigation is underway.
On Friday, October 15, a grotesque homicide was reported from the Singhu-Kundli border protest area the place farmers have been tenting for months now in opposition to the three farm Laws implementation. A badly mutilated corpse of a person, whose arms have been chopped and legs have also been injured, was suspended over a police barricade, reportedly by Nihang Sikhs for allegedly committing blasphemy. The sufferer has been recognized as 35-year-old Lakhbir Singh.
A video clip had emerged wherein some Nihangs have been seen standing across the injured man along with his severed left hand near his head. He is accused of desecrating a Sikh sacred book by that group.
According to the FIR, locals had made the police aware that Nihangs had chopped off a hand of the person, later recognized as Lakhbir Singh, and strung him to a close-by scaffolding.
The FIR additionally mentions that there was an enormous crowd of Nihang neighborhood members gathered on the place. However, none of them assisted the police of their investigation and protested in opposition to the police for eradicating the dead body of the decedent from the scaffolding.
Section 302, which offers with homicide, and Section 304, which offers with dying by negligence had been filed in opposition to unknown individuals within the case. An investigation has been ordered to probe the matter.