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Kundli border massacre: SC organizations across the country mobilized, demanding action against the leaders of Kisan Morcha from the National SC Commission

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Amar Ujala Bureau, Chandigarh

Published by: Bhupendra Singh
Updated Sun, 17 Oct 2021 12:18 AM IST


Hundreds of scheduled caste organizations across the country demanded strict action in the murder case of Punjab youth Lakhbir Singh at Kundli border protest site. Dalit organizations blamed the farmer leaders and workers sitting on the Kundli border of the United Kisan Morcha for this murder.

Vijay Sampla (file photo)
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Hundreds of Scheduled Caste organizations from across the country on Saturday sent a complaint to the Chairman of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes, Vijay Sampla, demanding strict action against the brutal murder of Lakhbir Singh, a SC youth from Punjab at the Kundli border protest site of the United Kisan Morcha.

All the organizations have demanded strict legal action against the culprits in the case from Vijay Sampla as per the provision of the Scheduled Castes Act. Dalit organizations clearly told Sampla that the farmer leaders and activists sitting on the Kundli border of the United Kisan Morcha are to blame for this murder, as the viral video makes it clear that Lakhbir Singh was killed at the dharna and later his body was killed by the chief of the farmers’ organizations. Hanged from a rope near the stage. Action should be taken against them too. On this occasion, Vijay Sampla assured all the organizations that he himself is keeping a close watch on the matter.

Read also: Kundli Border Massacre: Haryana Police arrested two more Nihangs, so far four accused have been arrested

About 25 SC organizations reached the commission’s headquarters in Delhi and personally submitted the complaint to Vijay Sampla. These include National Schedule Caste Alliance, Indian Buddhist Association, Rashtriya Bhantu Sansi Samaj Vikas Sangh Delhi Pradesh, Sri Guru Ravidas Vishwa Mahapeeth Delhi Province, Jai Baba Rama Peer Janmotsav Committee Nayak Samaj Delhi Pradesh, Delhi Provincial Raigar Panchayat, Valmiki Mahapanchayat, Shri Sant Kabir Janmotsav Committee, All India Bairwa Development Association Delhi Pradesh, All India Scheduled Caste-Scheduled Tribe-Backward Class and Minority Employees Welfare Association Federation, Jangpura Bhogal SC/ST Resident Welfare Association, All India Khatik Samaj and Dr. Ambedkar Samiti Shakurpur Delhi etc.

Sampla spoke to DGP Sahota over the phone

After the news of opposing the cremation of the deceased Lakhbir Singh came to light, the Chairman of National Commission for Scheduled Castes Vijay Sampla on Saturday talked to Punjab DGP Iqbal Singh Sahota and Tarn Taran SSP Harvinder Singh Virk on the phone. The rites have been asked to be performed with full customs.


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