Sarvakhap Protest Against Sandeep Singh: Republic Day is celebrated across the country. All the countrymen are celebrating Republic Day happily, but this time Republic Day has not been good for former Haryana minister Sandeep Singh. Here too he got embroiled in controversies. People opposed his hoisting of the tricolor in Kurukshetra, Haryana. He hoisted the tricolor in the midst of protest. Seeing people’s protest, Sandeep Singh did not stay for long during the program and left the spot as soon as the flag was hoisted.
Actually, the former minister in the Haryana government had reached Pehwa in Kurukshetra to hoist the tricolor on the occasion of Republic Day. Former minister Sandeep Singh protested at the venue. The former minister hoisted the flag in the midst of protest. After that he kept walking silently in the middle of the program.
Khap Panchayat had announced this
In Haryana, former Sports Minister Sandeep Singh, accused of molesting a female coach, protested against not hoisting the flag on Republic Day. Two days ago, in the Sarvkhap Panchayat held in Jhajjar, the Khaps had announced that former minister Sandeep Singh has been made the chief guest at the Republic Day function to be held in Pehowa. The Sarvakhap Panchayat will vocally oppose the decision of the government. Not only this, for doing so, the Khap Panchayat had also announced to show black flags to the former minister.
On Thursday, the Khap Panchayat implemented its decision. Let us tell you that Yudhveer Dhankhar, head of Sarvkhap Committee Dhankhar Khap, had told that former minister Sandeep Singh will not be allowed to hoist the tricolor under any circumstances. Khapas from many areas of the state will gather and go to Pihova and the minister will be prevented from hoisting the tricolor by showing black flags. Let us tell you that Haryana has been in controversy for some time due to the case of molestation of a former minister in the Haryana government with a female coach. It was on this issue that people opposed him during the program in Pehwa.