Raj Kaur, a resident of Kassel in Tam Taran, had alleged that her brother Lakhbir Singh was allured by some unknown persons and taken to Singhu where he was murdered by some Nihangs.
The Nihangs have threatened that they will make sure that the four of their companions who have surrendered in this case will be released by ‘force’ from the police custody.
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Sampla said they are expecting a report from the Haryana government over the incident and will decide the next course of action.
Officials said that Narain Singh, belonging to the Sikhs' Nihang order, was arrested by the Amritsar Rural police at Amarkot village near Jandiala Guru in Amritsar district.
BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia also criticised the CWC for not reacting to the ghastly murder of a Dalit man at the Singhu border, one of the sites for the farmers' protests.
The family was barely managing two square meals a day when Lakhbir was alive and would work in the village fields or in the grain market of Tarn Taran district for his livelihood.
The deceased, Lakhbir Singh, was a labourer from Cheema Khurd village in Punjab’s Tarn Taran district and was aged around 35 years.
Earlier on Friday, a corpse of a man, with hands and legs chopped off, was found hanging on a police barricade at the farmers' protest site near the Singhu border.