BATHINDA: The Facebook page of gangster-turned-activist
, who is wanted by
in connection with the Republic Day rioting case, has been disabled. While the page is not visible in India, some of his
claim that it can be accessed in some other countries.
Sidhana is in hiding but has been a regular on social media, mobilising support for the farm agitation, lashing out at the Centre and calling for the fight to continue till the new agri-marketing laws are repealed.
Delhi Police recently announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for information leading to the arrest of Sidhana, an alleged conspirator in the January 26 violence that marred what was supposed to be a peaceful tractor rally.
Sidhana had last gone “live” on his Facebook page on the night of February 23, soon after turning up at a rally in Mehraj village of Punjab’s
district. Some of his followers noticed on Saturday that his page was no longer accessible.