The Punjab government has banned stunts with tractors. This decision has been taken after the death of a young man while performing stunts with a tractor yesterday. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann himself has informed about this decision by tweeting. He asked the residents of the state not to make the tractor an angel of death by doing dangerous stunts. The Punjab government is completely banning such stunts.
Dear Punjabi tractor is called the king of fields..don’t make it the angel of death..any kind of stunt or dangerous performance with tractor and related implements is being banned in Punjab..rest details soon.. pic.twitter.com/qxEA6gUdmy
— Bhagwant Mann (@BhagwantMann) October 30, 2023
The fair committee did not take the approval – DC
Regarding this painful accident, the Deputy Commissioner of the area Dr. Himanshu Agarwal has revealed that the fair committee had not taken the approval of the stunt from the administration. He said that if such stunts are to be conducted by the fair committees, they should take the approval from the administration and conduct such programs only after making complete arrangements for the rescue with the support of the administration.
He said that strict instructions have been given to the officials of different areas related to district Gurdaspur to keep a special watch on such fairs held in their respective areas and not to allow any such program to be held without the approval of the administration. Jave, in which any such stunt is to be performed in which life is at risk.
He said that after this accident, SDM Fatehgarh Chudri has been asked to investigate the matter and submit a report within a week and if anyone is found guilty, action will be taken against him. He said that in future appropriate steps will be taken to prevent such incidents by issuing an advisory in the district by the district administration
Sukhmandeep died during the stunt
It is worth mentioning that stuntman Sukhmandeep Singh, who was doing stunts with a tractor in Chhinj Mela in Sarchur village of Batala, died after being hit by the tractor. He was about 29 years old. Sukhmandeep Singh, a resident of Halka Fatehpur Chudi, was the only son of his parents. that He belonged to a farmer family.Sukhmandeep Singh learned to perform stunts during the peasant movement Sukhmandeep Singh participated by climbing higher. The organizers of the fair announced the end of the fair after the death of Sukhmandeep.