Delhi’s court accused Deep Sidhu, the main accused in the case of violence at the Red Fort and inside Delhi, during the tractor parade held on 26 January 2021 by farmers in protest against agricultural laws Granted bail is.
A Delhi Court grants bail to Deep Sidhu, an accused in the 26th January violence case.
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Deep Sidhu is accused of inciting the mob. Delhi Police arrested Sidhu on 9 February from Karnal, Haryana. The FIR registered in connection with the violence at the Red Fort in Delhi on Republic Day includes the names of Deep Sidhu and others. They are all accused of committing violence. According to Delhi Police, on January 26, some people hoisted a religious flag following the violence at the Red Fort. Some of them have been identified, of which Deep Sidhu is the main accused.
Explain that on April 8, 2021, Delhi Police opposed the bail of Deep Sidhu. According to the police, Deep Sidhu was not only involved in the violence that day but he had also hatched the whole conspiracy a day earlier. Taking the route of Loni, he reached Lal Qila.
Not only this, Deep Sidhu also encouraged people to unfurl the religious flag. For this, on January 25, a meeting was held on the Singhu border. On 26 January, Sidhu reached the Red Fort at 1.45 pm. 144 policemen seriously in this violence Were injured Were.
Opposing Sidhu’s bail plea, the prosecutor Claimed That upon release, Sidhu will destroy the evidence as he destroyed two phones when he was arrested.
What did the lawyer of accused Deep Sidhu say?
Abhishek Gupta, counsel for the accused Deep Sidhu, had said that the investigating agency did not have any evidence that Deep Sidhu was involved in the violence on the Red Fort. The investigating agency placed a reward of Rs 1 lakh against Deep Sidhu. How can the investigating agency do this on the basis of a news report? Abhishek Gupta had said that Deep Sidhu is not associated with any farmer organization. There was no announcement or call from Sidhu for the tractor rally. Deep Sidhu did not even ask to go to Lal Qila.
Significantly, on 26 January, thousands of protesting peasants broke barricades and entered the national capital and clashed with their police personnel at other places including the ITO. Many protesters came to the Red Fort, driving a tractor and entered the historic monument and put a religious flag on its ramparts. More than 500 policemen were injured in the violence, while a protestor was killed.
Delhi Police has registered FIRs against 38 farmer leaders including Rakesh Tikait, Yogendra Yadav, Rajinder Singh, Medha Patkar, Buta Singh, Darshan Pal and Balbir Singh Rajewal in connection with this violence. Delhi Police has so far arrested 152 people in connection with the violence on Republic Day. The police have registered a case under section 124A (sedition) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and made Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu and gangster-turned-social activist Lakkha Sidhana the main accused.