Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has expressed grief over suicide of Sikh priest Baba Ram Singh who was supporting the farmer protests towards the three agri legal guidelines. Ram Singh, 65, allegedly shot himself in a automotive on Wednesday night on the Delhi-Sonipat border at Kundli.
“I’m saddened by Baba Ram Singh’s demise. He spent his whole life serving individuals and lived just for others,” Khattar tweeted.
A handwritten observe in Punjabi, purportedly left behind by Baba Ram Singh, stated that he was unable to bear the “ache of farmers”. The observe is being verified by police.
An official of the Sonipat police stated that they had obtained a name that Ram Singh, who hailed from Singhra village in Nissing space of Karnal district, allegedly shot himself. He was rushed to a hospital in Panipat the place docs declared him introduced useless.
Police stated as per preliminary reviews, the cleric shot himself in his automotive close to the protest web site. Police are within the means of recording statements of the deceased’s relations.
Hundreds of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and different states have been protesting close to the Delhi borders for the previous three weeks, demanding that the Centre’s farm legal guidelines be repealed.