A delegation of the Sanyukta Kisan Morcha today handed over a list of 29 missing persons to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and demanded
a judicial probe into the January 26 incidents.
The missing men were part of the farmers’ tractor parade which was held in the national capital on Republic Day.
The Chief Minister assured the leaders that he would write a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah regarding the issues which did not pertain to his office.
The delegation comprised Kirti Kisan Union vice-president Rajinder Singh Deepsingh Wala, Prem Singh Bhangu, Inderjit Singh and Harpal Sundal. They apprised Kejriwal of the situation and appealed for help in tracing the missing persons.
Rajinder Singh said the Delhi CM promised the delegation of providing all help to the under-trials. The farmer leaders gave a list of 115 protesters lodged in the the Tihar jail. The delegation also demanded a medical board be constituted to find out the alleged ‘torture’ in the police custody. They said the government should make efforts to get released all vehicles, including tractors, impounded by the Delhi Police.