Man Who Volunteered At Farmers' Protest Burnt Alive As Car Catches Fire
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Man Who Volunteered At Farmers' Protest Burnt Alive As Car Catches Fire

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November 29, 2020

A 55-year-old man from Punjab, who had gone to Delhi border to express solidarity with the agitating farmers, was burnt alive after the car in which he was sleeping caught fire on Saturday night near the Delhi-Haryana border.


New Delhi, 29 November 2020

As per news report of NDTV, Janak Raj, who was a tractor repairman, had gone to Delhi to voluntarily fix tractors that were being used by farmers camping near Delhi, to protest against the centre's agricultural laws that were passed recently. After finishing his work late at night near Bahadurgarh (Delhi-Haryana border), Janak Raj went to sleep in the car; the vehicle caught fire and he was burnt alive, officials said.

Source -NDTV


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