Punjab BJP President Sunil Jakhar shows grief over Shubhkaran’s death; urges peaceful talks

The BJP president took to X to express his condolences over Shubhkaran’s death at Khanauri border, urging both sides to remain calm

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Punjab BJP State President Sunil Jakhar has also expressed grief over the incident that happened with the farmers on February 21. Along with this, He describes the death of Shubhkaran as a tragic incident. He was killed in the firing by Haryana Police and para-military forces, has also been described as a tragic incident. Sunil Jakhar has asked both the parties to sit and find a solution to this problem.

 

In his post on X, Jakhar wrote that, “Tragic death of young Shubhkaran Singh is very painful. My deepest sympathies are with his family and whole of Punjab today stands with them. A thorough investigation must lead to who is responsible for his death and truth must come out.” He further demanded strict action against those responsible for this incident, so that this mishap does not occur again. 'Every life matters', he goes on to say.

 

He further urged the all those involved to remain calm and try to absolve the situation in a peaceful manner. “While governments and security forces must observe restraint and sensitivity to allow peaceful protests, farmer organisations must also channelise passions and energy of our youngsters in right direction” he goes on to say. He further goes on to say that resolution to all demands has to come through talks and both sides must work towards resolving issues through dialogue.

 

It is important to note that the family of the young farmer in his early 20s, Shubhkaran Singh, who died during clashes at the Punjab-Haryana border earlier this week, has turned down the Rs 1 crore ex-gratia offered by the state government. “We are seeking justice for our child and it can’t be equated with money or job,” his family members said. Farmer leaders, meanwhile, have said that a post mortem of the youth will not be conducted until the guilty are punished. 

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