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The death of a farmer on the Ghazipur border while protesting the disturbing farm laws: Akhilesh | India News


LUCK: Samajwadi (SP) Party Chairman Akhilesh Yadav called Saturday the death of a 57-year-old farmer due to a heart attack “disturbing” while protesting against the Center’s new farm laws on the Ghazipur border, and accused the ruling BJP of being “ruthless”.
In a Hindi tweet, he said: “On the first day of the new year, the news of the martyrdom of a farmer on the Ghazipur border is disturbing. Farmers are sacrificing their lives in the dense fog and cold, but the ruling The match is sitting heartless. The cruelty seen in the BJP has never been seen until now. ”
Mohar Singh died of a heart attack while protesting agricultural laws on the Ghazipur border in Ghaziabad on Friday.
Singh, a resident of Bhagwanpur Nangal village in Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh, was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors pronounced him dead, an official said.
Indirapuram Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Anshu Jain had told PTI that the farmer died of a heart attack.
Commenting on the incident, the state president of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), Rajbir Singh, said that all farmers who lost their lives during the protest against the agricultural laws must obtain martyr status.
Singh’s body was draped in a BKU flag and union leader Rakesh Tikait paid tribute to him.
On the eve of the new year, homage was paid to the peasants who died during the protest. A candlelight march was also removed.

Times of India