November 30, 2021

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Granddad in UP mourns farmer killed on Jan 26

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Granddad in UP mourns farmer killed on Jan 26
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Granddad in UP mourns farmer killed on Jan 26
Granddad in UP mourns farmer killed on Jan 26

Hardip Singh Dibdiba (75), grandfather of a 25-year-farmer who had lost his life in the January 26 violence in Delhi, said on Friday, “People loved Navreet. He would have been so happy to hear the declaration by the PM on the farm laws today”. Navreet, a vocal opponent of the farm laws, had just returned to Rampur from Melbourne after his graduation and joined the stir. “Our blood and sweat has paid off,” his grandfather said.
On Republic Day last year, 75-year-old Hardip Singh Dibdiba had cried himself to sleep. He remembers that evening as if it was yesterday. The apple of his eye, his grandson Navreet, just 25 and back home from Australia after his marriage in that country to a girl he knew, had been killed during violent protests against the farm laws in Delhi, reports Kanwardeep Singh.
“There was darkness in our house, in fact in the whole of Dibdiba (a small village in Rampur), he said. “People loved Navreet. He would have been so happy to hear the declaration by the PM on the farm laws today. I miss him so much.” Navreet, a vocal opponent of the farm laws, had just returned to Rampur in UP from Melbourne after completing his graduation in commerce from a university there. He dived headlong into the farmers’ agitation. His wife, Mansweet Kaur, 22, stayed back in Australia to finish her masters. She had told him she would join him later.
After Navpreet died, the cause of his death mired in conspiracy theories.

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