Punjab farmer ate poison at Singhu border, died in hospital


Amarinder Singh, a resident of Punjab on the Singhu border, ate poison. He was admitted to a hospital in Sonepat for treatment, where he died.

The agitation of farmers on the borders of Delhi against agricultural laws has been going on for the last one and a half months. During this time, many farmers have died so far. On Saturday, a 40-year-old farmer committed suicide on the Singhu border. Amarinder Singh, who hails from Punjab, ate poison. He was admitted to a hospital in Sonepat for treatment, where he died.

During this movement that has been going on for more than 40 days, many farmers have died so far. Some farmers died due to cold and some committed suicide. On January 3, two farmers performing on the Tikri and Kundali borders were killed. The first death occurred at the ticking border. Here the deceased farmer was identified as Jugbir Singh. While the other farmer died on the horoscope border. He was identified as Kulbir Singh.

The Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi also surrounded the Modi government regarding the death of farmers. Priyanka Gandhi expressed concern over the incidents of continuous death of farmers during the protest. He called the Modi government at the Center insensitive for not accepting the demand of farmers.

Priyanka Gandhi had tweeted that the news of the death of the peasant brothers sitting on the Delhi border in the wintry weather is disturbing. According to media reports, 57 farmers have died so far and hundreds are sick. For a month, the government is showing insensitivity by not accepting the words of the farmers sitting for their legitimate demands.

Farmers camping on Delhi borders from 26 November The farmers have been agitating against the three new agricultural laws of the central government since 26 November on the borders of Delhi. So far, 8 rounds of negotiations have been held between the government and the farmers, but all were fruitless. The farmers are adamant on withdrawing the laws, while the government is talking about amending the laws.