Sant Baba Ram Singh Ji was a religious Sikh preacher. On 16 December 2020, he shot himself and committed suicide as he was saddened by the condition of farmers protesting against the ‘Farm Bill 2020.’
Sant Baba Ram Singh Ji was born on Saturday, 3 December 1955 (age 65 years at the time of death) in Karnal, Haryana. His zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Height (approx.): 5′ 6″
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Salt & Pepper
Family & Caste
He was born in a Sikh family. As per one of his followers, he was not married and was following celibacy. Indian Express
In the early 1990s, he moved to the gurdwara in Singhra village in Karnal from a gurdwara in Jagraon, in Punjab. He was working as a gurdwara operator of village Singra, Karnal.
His spiritual camp is in Singra village near Nisang, Karnal district. His followers used to call him Sant Baba Ram Singh ‘Singada Wale.’ His followers were mainly from Punjab and Haryana, and he was associated with the Nanaksar sect.
He shot himself on Wednesday, 16 December 2020 near the Singhu border in Delhi. He was deeply hurt by the condition of farmers who were protesting against the ‘Farm Bill 2020.’ He left a hand written suicide note in Gurumukhi, in which he wrote,
I have witnessed the plight of the farmers, who are on the streets, struggling for their rights. I am hurt to see that the government is not giving them justice. It is a crime. It is a sin to oppress and it is a sin to suffer. Nobody did anything against the oppression and for the rights of the farmers. Many even expressed their protest by returning awards. This servant commits self-immolation against the government oppression [and] in favour of the farmers. It [The act] is the voice against the oppression and the voice in favour of the farmers.”
Soon after he shot himself, he was rushed to a nearby hospital in Panipat, Haryana. India.com On his demise, the Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi tweeted,
My condolences and tribute in this hour of grief. Many farmers have sacrificed their lives. The brutality of the Modi government has crossed all limits. Quit stubbornness and immediately withdraw the anti-agricultural law.”
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