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CHANDIGARH: Punjab-born former premier of Canada’s British Columbia (BC) province, Ujjal Dev Dosanjh, has written an open letter to the Chief Justice of Indian (CJI) S A Bobde to represent a particular investigation workforce (SIT) to probe the violence that erupted on the Red Fort on January 26. Dosanjh, who can also be an ex-attorney normal of BC and former federal minister, has requested the CJI Bobde to “examine the chance of the felony conspiracy together with the possible involvement of excessive officers of the federal government being concerned in it.”
He has talked about, “It is kind of evident from the publicly obtainable data that the disturbance on the Red Fort was brought on by rogue components illegitimately claiming to signify the peaceable and disciplined Samyukat Kisan Morcha. The substantial preponderance of proof offers cheap and possible grounds to consider that the occasions on the Red Fort had been the fruits of a felony conspiracy to trigger the disturbance with the clear objective and intent of undermining one of many largest and longest non-violent protest campaigns within the historical past of the nation. Further, there are cheap and possible grounds to consider that the rogue components might have been aided and abetted by the management of the Government of India and its safety institution together with the police.”
Dosanjh, the primary India-origin premier of a Canadian province, has urged the CJI, “Though a son, grandson, a great grandson and great great and so on of Indian peasants I make no comment on the merits or demerits of the impugned farm laws or the Samyukat Kisan Morcha itself since that is not the objective of my letter. I write to urge you to immediately act to establish the Special Investigation Team as above to investigate the probability of the criminal conspiracy including the probable involvement of high officials of the government being involved in it. (Sic)”
Speaking in regards to the letter, the 74-year-old Liberal Party chief, who was the premier of BC from February 24, 2000 to June 5, 2001, informed TOI, “Being born and raised in India, I am looking forward to a peaceful resolution to this protest as it concerns mainly small and medium farmers. I am worried about the implanting of spikes and barbed wires on the borders of Delhi. People of India should be free to go anywhere in the country. Also, they should be able to walk or ride to Delhi. India got independence from its colonial masters but is yet to get freedom. One should be able to move and demonstrate freely in a country. I am saying this as India is my mother country.”

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