Man’s body with hand chopped found at Singhu Border

Lakhbir Singh body was found on the Singhu Border on Thursday where farmers have been protesting against the three farm laws.

An unidentified body was found on the Singhu Border on Thursday where farmers have been protesting against the three farm laws. Later the man was identified as Lakhbir Singh 35 a resident of Punjab. 

As per the reports, Lakhbir Singh hand was chopped off and his mutilated body was tied to an overturned police barricade in front of the main stage at the Singhu border where farmers have been protesting against the central three farm laws.  

The United Kisan Morcha has claimed that Nihang Sikhs are behind this brutal murder. Meanwhile, the police have already registered an FIR against the accused person. On the other hand, the United Kisan Morcha has distanced themselves from the Nihang Sikhs and said they will fully cooperate with the police in the investigation. 

According to the police, at around 5 am they received an information that Nihangs have chopped off a man's hand and hanged him from a barricade near a stage at the Singhu border. The victim's body was later recovered and was sent for post-mortem.

It is being said that the victim had disrespected Guru Granth Sahib that was kept in a makeshift gurdwara near the stage at the Singhu border, following which his limbs were chopped off and he was hanged from the barricade. 

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