Rakesh Tikait Condemns Karnal SDM’s “Crack The Head,” Remarks, Calls Him “Sarkari Talibani” Commander

Strongly condemning Karnal Subdivisional Magistrate (SDM) Ayush Sinha’s instructions to the police to “beat the heads” of protesters, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait said on Sunday that the IAS was the commander of “Sarkari Talibani”.

“Yesterday an officer ordered (the police) to hit the farmers on the head. They call us Khalistani. If you called us Khalistani and Pakistani, we would say that “Sarkari Talibani” occupied the country. They are Sarkari Talibani ’,” he said, expressing his anger at the remarks of the magistrate of the Karnal sub-division.

Tikait said the officers, who are talking about smashing the heads of farmers, should be stationed in areas affected by Naxal.

“Agents who talk about beating farmers’ heads should be stationed in areas affected by Naxal. This IAS officer (Karnal SDM Ayush Sinha) is the commander of ‘Sarkari Talibani’, ”ANI said quoting Tikait.

The 2018 Haryana Group IAS officer was filmed earlier on Saturday asking police to beat protesters and not to let anyone cross the security cordon without a “broken head.”

The sub-divisional magistrate is, in a now-viral music video, seen asking the police to “smash the heads” of demonstrators who had gathered to protest against the chief minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar and the leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Karnal.

Haryana’s deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala on Sunday condemned the sub-divisional magistrate’s instructions to the police and said “action would be taken” against him.

“The use of such words by an IAS agent for farmers is reprehensible. Certainly, action will be taken against him. In a clarification, the SDM said he had not slept for the past two days. He probably doesn’t know that farmers don’t sleep 200 days a year either, ”Chautala said, ANI reported.

Meanwhile, former Haryana chief minister and congressman Bhupinder Singh Hooda demanded a high-level investigation into the Karnal incident.

“Any problem can only be resolved through talks, not by stifling people’s voices. There must be a high-level investigation into what happened yesterday. The culprits must be punished, ”he said.

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