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Watch: Meet Navreet Singh's Grandfather and Hear His Views on the Constitution

Hardeep Singh Dibdiba, who has been involved in many movements, has written five books on Sikh religion and joined the farmer movement running on the Singhu border.

In this first special edition of Hamara Samvidhan, advocate Avni Bansal went to Navreet Singh’s house, village Dibdiba, district Rampur, Uttar Pradesh, to meet his family.

Navreet Singh was a 25-year-old married young man who lived and studied in Australia with his wife. Navreet Singh had also expressed his desire to participate in the ongoing farmers’ movement in India.

His grandfather, Hardeep Singh Dibdiba, who has been involved in many movements, has written five books on Sikh religion and joined the farmer movement running on the Singhu border. His grandson had also joined him there.

Navreet Singh died on January 26, 2021. The government says that he died due to tractor overturning. The people present noted that due to a gunshot by the police, Navreet lost the tractor’s balance. Whichever journalist reported the version of protesters there led saw FIRs filed against them.

Avani Bansal spoke Dibdiba about the constitution, the ongoing farmers’ protests and more.