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SIT arrested 3 more in Delhi violence case, all three involved in Burari and Red Fort ruckus

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Delhi Police’s Special Investigating Team has arrested 3 more accused in the case of violence in Delhi during a farmers’ tractor rally on 26th January i.e. Republic Day. police It is said that the arrested accused were involved in incidents of violence at Burari and Red Fort. Let me tell you, the crime branch investigating the Red Fort violence case has sent 5 accused involved in the violence so far Arrested Has done.

Earlier, Delhi Crime Branch arrested Dharmendra Singh Harman who was involved in the violence. It was Dharmendra Singh Harman who instigated the rioters to wave a religious flag on the dome of the Red Fort. Dharmendra Singh Harman, arrested by the SIT of Delhi Police Crime Branch, was also very active in the uprising in Shaheenbagh during the Delhi riots.

Harman, who was seen in video footage at the Red Fort on January 26, live-streamed the flag and insult the national flag on his Facebook profile. The police said that Harman Singhu had been going to the farmers’ movement for the last two months on the border.

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Delhi Police Crime Branch arrested Harman after receiving video footage where he can be seen sitting atop a car and inciting the crowd to hoist the Sikh flag at the Red Fort. In another video footage, Harman was also seen participating in the Republic Day riots, where the rioters committed a nuisance.

Significantly, the Delhi Police is engaged in scouring the horoscope of rioters who have been involved in the Red Fort and different parts of Delhi. Hundreds of rioters entered Delhi on 26 January in a fierce violence. Many of those rioters reached the Red Fort by driving tractors and hoisted the religious flag on the Red Fort domes. These so-called peasants brutally attacked police officers with sticks, iron rods, bricks and stones, injuring about 400 policemen.

The SIT is vigorously trying to identify and arrest these rioters, and is sifting mobile data to nab them. In the same sequence, on 3 February, the SIT released photographs of about 20 rioters involved in the violence.

According to reports, the Delhi Police has so far received more than 1,700 video clips and CCTV footage from the public related to the Republic Day violence. The Delhi Police has now enlisted the help of forensic experts to analyze the relevant material to catch the rioters.

The Delhi Police has announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for reporting the whereabouts of actor-activist and pro-Khalistani supporter Deep Sidhu, who is also the main accused in the Republic Day riots.

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