The ongoing farmer protest is taking a weird turn, as many families have reported about their missing family members who went to the Delhi borders for the protest. Recently one more incident came forward where the two friends from the village Hasanpur, Mohali are missing since 28th January from the Singhu Border.
Journalist Sandeep Singh Shared the whole incident on his social media handle where he wrote: “Two friends Dilshan and Navjot from Mohali’s Hasanpur village went to participate in tractor march. They went missing on 28 January after some people attacked Farmers at the Singhu border.3-4 days after the incident their families got information that they were arrested by Police.”
He also shared his father’s statement as he said “Dilshad Khan’s father said that his son was senior secondary pass and worked as a helper in the factory for a meager amount of 7500,8000 Rupees. They don’t own any land but still, his son went to protest to show solidarity with farmers.”
”farmers were targeted unfairly. First, they were sitting on strike in Punjab than in Delhi. After 26 January they were attacked.” Dilshad’s family doesn’t own land but they take land on lease for farming” he also added
The journalist also takes the statement of his mother, where she tells who helpless she is, as she states: “Navjot Singh is the only child of his parents. He worked as a harvester operator and had come back from Malaysia. His father is a truck driver. Navjot went to Singhu after his father encouraged him. His mother was smiling when I talked about him. When asked about the reason, She said that at least she knows he is in jail. Initially, when he had gone missing on 28th January she cried. His mother is hopeful he will be out soon.”