Ajit Singh visits injured party workers in Ghaziabad
RLD chief Ajit Singh on Friday visited his party workers who were injured in clashes over cutting off water supply to Delhi.
Ghaziabad: RLD chief Ajit Singh on Friday visited his party workers who were injured in clashes over cutting off water supply to Delhi.
The Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) leader arrived at the Yashoda Hospital around 11 a.m. where Modi Nagar legislator Sudesh Sharma and Khair legislator Bhagwati Prasad were being treated along with other party workers.
He spoke to the doctors and enquired about the health of the injured.
Speaking to media persons outside the hospital, Ajit Singh termed police action on the peaceful agitators as barbaric.
He criticised the central government for being adamant in not accepting the demand to make the 12, Tughlak Road bungalow, where farmer prime minister Chaudhary Charan, his father, lived for a long time, a memorial to him.
He said the bungalow remained the centre of farmers' politics where farmers organisations from across the country met regularly.