Farmer dies of ‘cardiac arrest’ - ECAS Punjab

Farmer dies of ‘cardiac arrest’

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thinda, December 3

A farmer in his fifties from Laleana village in Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda, died at the Delhi-Tikri border in the wee hours of Thursday.

Lakhbir Singh, who had been protesting farm laws along with other farmers, reportedly suffered a heart attack. He was rushed to the PGI, Rohtak, where he was declared brought dead.

“Lakhbir complained of uneasiness on Wednesday night following which he suffered a heart attack. Fellow farmers took him to PGI Rohtak, but he had breathed his last by then,” said

Harjinder Baggi, general secretary, BKU (Ekta Ugrahan). “Known for his seva bhavna, Lakhbir had been doing voluntary service at langars during the agitation. Earlier, he had quite actively participated in protests at Badal village. Farmers said they had advised him to return, but he refused to go back, saying he was committed to the cause. — TNS

from The Tribune

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