Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Sunny Deol stated that he or his family members have no link with actor Deep Sidhu who was among the agitators at the Red Fort amid violence during the farmers’ tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day.
Sunny Deol stated he had clarified earlier as well that he had no link with Deep Sidhu.
He took to Twitter and wrote: “I have already made it clear through Twitter on December 6 that I or my family have no links with Deep Sidhu.”
Also, the BJP MP said that he was very sad to see what happened at the Red Fort amid violence during the farmers’ tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day.
A section of protesting farmers in huge numbers broke barricades, clashed with police, and entered Delhi.
Punjabi film actor Deep Sidhu was among those at the Red Fort where flags were put up. As per the report, Deep was an aide of Deol during the Lok Sabha elections 2019 when Deol contested from the Gurdaspur seat in Punjab.
Amid a massive outrage over the hoisting of the religious flag at the Red Fort during the tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day where violence erupted, Sidhu defended his action and said that they did not remove the national flag and had put up the ‘Nishan Sahib’ as a symbolic protest.
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