Punjabi farmer injured in protest under treatment at PGI Rohtak; brother says ‘was put in sack & beaten…’

Punjab Chief Secretary Anurag Verma wrote a letter to Haryana Chief Secretary, demanding to hand over Pritpal to Punjab so that his treatment can be done here free of cost

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Pritpal Singh, a farmer from Punjab who got injured during the 'Dilli Chalo' protest march is undergoing treatment at PGI Rohtak. According to sources, he was brutally beaten up by the Haryana police with sticks after being put in a sack. He is currently in critical condition, and according to his brother deathly scared of how his treatment will go, and whether he will survive or not.  

 

According to Pritpal’s brother, Pritpal is so scared that he is wondering whether he will survive the treatment or not. Pritpal's brother informs about the police atrocities on him. He wants that Pritpal be allowed to be taken to Chandigarh for treatment.

 

Pritpal's brother said that Pritpal was put in a sack and then was beaten senselessly. His eye is barely spared, he had 15 to 20 stitches on his head and his leg was broken at two places. After that he was taken to PGI Rohtak who are now referring them to Chandigarh. But that is not being allowed to happen. They are under police surveillance 24 hours a day and the operation cannot be done due to Pritpal's current condition. He further says that Pritpal is very afraid of whether he will be able to survive or not.

 

The Punjab and Haryana Government had been at loggerheads over the protests at Khanauri and Shambhu border. Recently after knowledge of Pritpal’s admittance to PGI Rohtak, Punjab Chief Secretary Anurag Verma on Saturday wrote a letter to Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, demanding to hand over Pritpal to Punjab so that his treatment can be done here free of cost.


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