Navdeep Kaur said that on January 12, she was demonstrating peacefully with the workers demanding their salary. But during this time, the police team beat up the women who were demonstrating and did aerial firing.
The police beat me up badly and I was arrested and taken to Sonepat. Where I was killed and then taken to Karnal Jail.
‘Policeia torture after arrest’
Navdeep Kaur said that after her arrest on January 12, the police tortured her a lot till the jail.
‘My private parts were hurt’
Women detained victims of rape
Navdeep Kaur said that she met many women in jail who shared their grief with Navdeep. Navdeep says that many of these women have been victims of custodial rape. Many women have broken their limbs in police beating.
‘Quick Response Team’ felony in Kundli
‘Punishment to be the voice of poor, but the struggle will continue’
Navdeep has said that he has been punished for becoming the voice of the workers and the poor, but still his struggle will continue and even then he will continue to fight for the rights and rights of the workers. Navdeep says that he himself is from a working family, where he has seen struggle since childhood and has learned to fight for his rights. My mother has also fought for the rights of women and I have been inspired by my mother.
Please tell that this interview of Navdeep Kaur has been taken by independent journalist Mandeep Punia. Earlier, Mandeep Punia was also arrested by the Delhi Police during the Kisan agitation.
Confirmation of the beating in the medical report
Let us know that Navdeep Kaur’s medical test has confirmed the injuries on her body. Earlier, Navdeep had filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, stating that he was beaten up in police custody.
How was Navdeep Kaur arrested?
On 12 January, Dalit labor rights activist Navdeep Kaur was arrested while sieging the industrial unit with the attendants. During this, he got release after bail on February 26, after 45 days of police custody and jail.