Red Fort Violence Accused Seen At Rally In Amarinder Singh’s Village

Lakha Sidhana, the gangster-activist wanted by Delhi Police in connection with the violence at the Red Fort in Delhi last month, was spotted Tuesday at a rally in Punjab’s Mehraj village – which is the hometown of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. The rally, called for by Sidhana himself, was to show support for farmers protesting against the centre’s new agriculture laws and demand the release of those arrested by the police.

“If Delhi Police comes to arrest anyone in Punjab, villagers will gherao (surround) them,” Sidhana said, referring to speculation Delhi Police could cross state borders to capture him.