Brutal murder at India's mass farmer protests

The Indian authorities are investigating the brutal murder of a person in one of the locations of the nationwide mass protests by farmers there, which have been shaking the country since last year.
The body of a 35-year-old man was reportedly mutilated and found at a police barricade on the grounds in New Delhi. The victim was beaten to death by a group of men who accused him of profaning religious texts that were sacred to the Sikhs.
One of the man's hands was severed.
A member of a Sikh warrior sect was arrested. Most of the farmers involved in the protests in New Delhi - thousands - come from Sikh-dominated Punjab.
A group representing farmers' organizations condemned the killing. The ongoing protests revolve around legislative changes deregulating the agricultural sector, despite protesters saying it leaves them vulnerable to big business.
The prime minister's political party says the murder shows protest leaders are losing control of their movement.

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