The gangster-turned-activist had given a name for the public meeting in Bathinda’s Mehraj village final week.
There was hypothesis whether or not Sidhana would participate in the public meeting as he’s needed by the Delhi Police for his alleged function in the violence that broke out throughout a tractor parade referred to as by farmer unions on January 26 demanding the repeal of the agri legal guidelines.
Thousands of protesters had clashed with the police throughout the violence. Many of the protesters reached the Red Fort and entered the monument, and a few of them even hoisted non secular flags on its domes and a flagstaff on the ramparts.
In a video that appeared on social media on Saturday, Sidhana had appealed to individuals to participate in the programme in massive numbers.
The former gangster had a number of instances registered in opposition to him in Punjab and was jailed many instances. He had unsuccessfully contested the 2012 state meeting polls.