Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu was Sunday allegedly assaulted, pushed round and his turban pulled off in what he described was a “murderous assault” by some “mischievous components” on the Singhu border throughout a ”Jan Sansad” programme.
The Ludhiana MP’s car was additionally broken within the assault on the Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Memorial the place he had gone with Congress’ Amritsar MP Gurjeet Singh Aujla and celebration MLA Kulbir Singh Zira to attend the occasion.
“Some mischievous components whose intentions had been unknown, tried to spoil the scenario by launching a murderous assault on three of us,” Mr Bittu mentioned in a Fb submit.
Mr Bittu, the grandson of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh who was assassinated in 1995, Mr Aujla and Mr Zira have been holding a protest on the Jantar Mantar in Delhi for the previous a number of days in help of the continuing farmers’ agitation towards the Centre’s three agriculture legal guidelines.
Mr Bittu claimed a number of folks thrashed him close to the memorial and pulled off his turban. He described the incident as a “murderous assault”.
Mr Bittu was additionally pushed round by offended protesters. Within the melee, Mr Zira’s turban additionally got here off.
Some folks had been attempting to save lots of him and escorted him to his car. Nevertheless, at the same time as Mr Bittu entered into his car, a gaggle of individuals attacked his SUV with sticks, broke its glass panes, rear windscreen and broken its entrance windshield.
The explanation why Mr Bittu was attacked was not instantly clear.
In his Fb submit, Mr Bittu additionally mentioned they had been high quality and blamed some “mischievous components” for the incident.
He wrote that he together with Mr Zira and Mr Aujla had gone to attend Jan Sansad at Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Memorial.
Mr Zira additionally blamed “some mischievous folks” for the assault, saying farmers couldn’t take pleasure in such exercise.
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