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February 27, 2021

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With posters and video appeals, a daughter searches for 75-yr-old farmer lacking since R-Day

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With posters and video appeals, a daughter searches for 75-yr-old farmer missing since R-Day


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A 75-year-old farmer, Zorawar Singh, from Khanna’s Ekolaha village is untraceable since Republic Day. The marginal farmer with 1.5 acres land was a part of the farmers’ protests since October 1 final 12 months when the rail roko started in Punjab. Zorawar was in common contact together with his daughter until January 26, however has been incommunicado since.
His daughter, Paramjeet Kaur has now pasted 5,000 posters at Singhu and Tikri border asking about details about his whereabourts. “He had gone to Singhu border on November 26 and never came back after that,” she stated.
Zorawar, who was a member of BKU (Rajewal), additionally performed folks instrument Tumbi and used to mobilise folks from his space to hitch the protests, Paramjeet Kaur, stated.
The daughter added, ‘’He used to sleep on tracks when rail roko was occurring in Punjab in October. From Khanna rail line, he went to Fatehgarh Sahib and later to Singhu border. I used to go at dharnas frequently to inform him to come back again residence.”

According to Paramjeet, “On November 26, he went to Delhi along with other farmers. He never used a cell phone, so I used got to know about him from farmers of neighbouring villages. Ever since he went to Singhu border, he never came back, though many villagers asked him to go home for a few days and come back again. On January 22, I myself visited Singhu border to meet him. He told me that he will come back once we win the war against farm laws and told me that he was in good health and I should not worry about him.”
Paramjeet stated that no villager has seen him on the morcha or heard from him after the Republic Day. She added that his identify just isn't even among the many listing of arrested individuals. “We are not getting any information about him. I am very upset,” the farmer’s daughter stated crying.
Zorawar Singh
Paramjeet has a 5-year-old son who used to stay along with her father as a consequence of some marital dispute. Last 12 months her mom, Gurmeet Kaur, had additionally handed away. Her elder brother additionally lives in the identical village and a youthful sister is married.
However, Paramjeet is the one who has been visiting Singhu border alongside along with her son to inquire about her father. She got here again to the village Tuesday night with out getting any clue.

Paramjeet has additionally recorded a video sharing particulars about her father together with his image and asking folks to supply particulars about his father in case they've.
When contacted BKU (Rajewal) chief Onkar Singh stated, “Paramjeet had called me. We are also asking people to give us details, and we will be helping her in the best possible way. Already our team of lawyers is here to help people.”
Announcements concerning Zorawar Singh have been constituted of the Singhu stage a few occasions, informed Paramjeet Kaur and his posters have been pasted at many locations round that border.

For now, all that she is aware of that he, in response to some villagers close to the Singhu morcha, her father had taken the route which witnessed a lathicharge later. “One villager told me that many people were walking by foot as they had no idea as to where to go and my father was also in that group, after that no one saw him again,” she added.
Prem Singh Bhangu, president of Kul Hind Kisan Federation’s Punjab unit and in addition head of authorized cell of Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), stated, “If anyone else is missing, their family members must approach us and if anyone has reached home, family members should inform us. SKM is here to help each and every farmer and we will be applying for bails of farmers one by one.”