If I start telling secrets, the farmer leaders will not know where to hide – Deep Sidhu


New Delhi: Rejecting an allegation by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) that Deep Sidhu had defamed the farmers’ movement by inciting violence, he defended himself live on social media. “If I start telling secrets, the leaders of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha will not understand where to hide,” said Deep Sidhu. Deep Sidhu, a social activist from Abhinaya, is being held responsible for the violence in the farmers’ tractor front. He is accused of inciting violence.

You are shamelessly holding me responsible. People had come to Delhi for the tractor march, making a resolution based on your decision. People believe your word. How can millions live under my control? I can provoke millions of people, so what’s the point of you? No one considers Deep Sidhu, his contribution is not. So how can you say that I came there with millions of people? This question was asked by Deep Sidhu. “Singhu is close to the border,” he said live on social media.

Deep Sidhu’s name is in the FIR filed by the Delhi Police in connection with the Republic Day violence at the Red Fort. He denied that violence had taken place at the Red Fort. He said the protesters needed support more than protests.

Gurnam Singh Chaduni, head of the Indian Farmers’ Union in Haryana, accused Deep Sidhu of inciting farmers. The question is whether Deep Sidhu really provoked the farmers and who he is.

Farmer leaders have accused Punjabi singer Deep Sidhu of inciting flag-waving farmers. Deep Sidhu led the farmers and took them to the Red Fort. Gurnam Singh Chaduni has said that the farmers have no desire to go to the Red Fort. Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav has also blamed Deep Sidhu for the incident at the Red Fort.


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