Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday condoled the loss of life of 65-year-old Sikh proest Sant Baba Ram Singh, who shot himself at Kundli border and died on the protest website. “Seeing the plights of the farmers, Sant Baba Ram Singh ji of Karnal died by suicide at Kundli border. I provide my condolence and tribute at this hour of grief,” Gandhi tweeted including that many farmers have sacrificed their lives.
“The brutality of the Modi authorities has crossed all limits,” Rahul tweeted urging the federal government to shun its stubbornness and instantly withdraw the “anti-farm” legal guidelines.
The priest used to move a Gurdwara in Karnal.
“Farmers are in ache. They’re protesting on roads for his or her rights, which is a trigger of maximum ache. The federal government just isn’t giving justice, which is a cruelty. It’s a sin to endure persecution and in addition a sin to oppress. Some have stood for the farmer rights and in opposition to the cruelty. Individuals have returned their awards to point out protest. I’m committing suicide in opposition to the cruelty of the federal government. That is voice in opposition to the cruelty and voice in favour of the farmers,” he wrote in a be aware.