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- Case Registered Against 1100 People Including Akali Leader Virsa Singh Valtoha, Punjab Government Effigy Burnt In Case Of Poisonous Liquor
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Akali leader Prof. who was involved in the demonstration against Khemkaran MLA Sukhpal Singh Bhullar in Tarn Taran. Virsa Singh Valtoha and others. – file
- On Friday, the Akali Dal performed an effigy of Khemkaran MLA Sukhpal Singh Bhullar on deaths of poisonous liquor in Punjab.
- During the demonstration, the Akali workers neither took care of social distancing nor did they wear face masks.
In Tarn Taran, the police, Shiromani Akali Dal leader Prof. A case has been registered against 1100 people including Virsa Singh Valtoha in the Pandemic Act. Two days ago, SAD leaders demonstrated against the government over deaths of poisonous liquor in Punjab. Prof. accused of not applying mask and breaking social distancing. 84 have been nominated, including Virsa Singh Valtoha, his son Gaurav Deep, PA Sandeep Singh, party's deputy head brother Manjit Singh. The rest of the party workers are also accused.
On Friday, a demonstration was conducted on behalf of the Akali Dal by Khemkaran MLA Sukhpal Singh Bhullar. Around 1100 Akali workers neither took care of social distancing nor wore masks during this fury demonstration. When the police stopped the protesters, both sides clashed.
Taking strict action on these charges, the police have registered a case under Section 188, 269 and 51 BDM Act of IPC for breaking social distancing. Pro. Valtoha says that Khemkaran Congress MLA Sukhpal Singh Bhullar has come down on cheap politics. By registering such cases, the Congress government will not be able to suppress the public voice.