Sunday, January 16, 2022

BJP’s hand behind Arun Narang’s lynching in Punjab, our people showed only black flags: Rakesh Tikait

In Punjab, protesters protested against the agricultural law yesterday (March 27, 2021) along with BJP MLA Arun Narang from Abohar on the middle road and today the farmer leader Rakesh Tikait took the whole incident. The nymphs are bursting at the BJP itself. BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait has claimed that BJP MLA Arun Narang was attacked by BJP. The protesters were showing only black flags.

According to the news agency ANI Tikait said, “Our people were not involved in lynching. Our people showed black flags, but they have no involvement in the incident. All this has been done to discredit the farmers. ”

Let us tell you that yesterday, the farmers protesting on the middle road while attacking BJP MLA Arun Narang from Abohar dresses Tore, whose video later went viral on social media. Narang can be seen without clothes in the video.

According to the information, the incident happened in Malot with Aruna Narang while going for press talks. Protesters at the BJP office were already waiting for him. As soon as Narang arrived, all the protesters attacked him.

Ink was first thrown at them and the car was also dirty. At that time, somehow BJP workers and police together took them inside a shop. But as soon as he came out, he was attacked again. They were vandalized. Their clothes were torn. They were stripped naked on the beach road.

It is noteworthy that the behavior of the protesters is also surprising because Arun Narang was opposing the agricultural law brought by the BJP party. That is, he was in support of the farmers. He said in December that the Modi government should find a solution as soon as possible.

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