70 'missing' Punjab persons in Delhi jails, says Captain Amarinder Singh

By Rajan Nath - February 02, 2021 4:02 pm

Ever since the violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day in Delhi took place, several people from Punjab are reported missing.

He said that around 70 people were in Delhi jails, while 14 of the remaining 19 missings had been located.

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Ever since the violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day in Delhi took place, several people from Punjab are reported missing.

Captain Amarinder Singh, who had announced helpline number ‘112’ for citizens to make complaints regarding the missing people since violence during tractor parade on Republic Day in Delhi.

He told the all-party meeting that as per information received, 5 persons from Punjab were still missing while all efforts were being made to trace them.

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Ever since the violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day in Delhi took place, several people from Punjab are reported missing.

The Chief Minister said that the 70-member lawyers’ team of Advocate General Atul Nanda, deputed to help out farmers with free legal aid, were reaching out to those in prison and those facing cases filed against them by the Delhi Police.

Even as he asserted that his government was extending all possible help to the agitating farmers, camping out at Delhi’s borders for over two months now, and also to their families back home.

Ever since the violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day in Delhi took place, several people from Punjab are reported missing.

No effort would be spared to ensure the safe return of all the farmers to their homes in Punjab, he added.

He also disclosed that 170 cases have been registered against farmers during agitations in Punjab were being withdrawn by his government.

-PTC News

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