Delhi Chalo march: BKU activist burnt alive as automobile catches hearth close to Tikri Border


Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, November 29

A BKU (Ugrahan) activist, who was participating in the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march, was burnt alive as the car in which he was sleeping caught fire on Saturday night at Tikri near the Bahadurgarh- Delhi border.

The deceased, Janak Raj, was from Dhanaula.

BKU president Joginder Singh Ugrahan has demanded a probe into the incident.

Thousands of farmers have reached the national capital on their tractor-trolleys and other vehicles, responding to the Delhi Chalo call against the agri-marketing laws enacted at the Centre in September.



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