Tis Hazari Court has ordered the main conspirator Deep Sidhu and others to appear before it on June 29 in the supplementary chargesheet filed by Delhi Police in the Red Fort violence and nuisance case (file photo)
The Tis Hazari Court, while hearing the supplementary chargesheet filed in the case of violence and nuisance in Delhi on Republic Day, issued summons to Deep Sidhu and other accused through video conferencing (VC) on June 29. ordered to appear before the court
New Delhi. The hearing has been held in Tis Hazari Court on the supplementary chargesheet filed against Deep Siddhu and others in the violence case that took place in the country’s capital Delhi on January 26 on Republic Day. Hearing this, the court, while issuing summons to Deep Sidhu and other accused, has ordered to appear before the court on June 29 through video conferencing (VC).
Regarding the new chargesheet on Thursday, the court had said that in this the investigating officer of the case has mentioned the names of the eyewitnesses who were seriously injured in the violence or from whom weapons were snatched.
Protesters created ruckus on Republic Day
Let us tell you that on Republic Day against the three new agricultural laws of the Center, the protesters took out a tractor parade, in which the miscreants who came in the form of farmers had caused tremendous violence and sabotage. The rioters had entered the historic Red Fort and attacked and injured several policemen stationed there. The crime branch is investigating this entire matter. He had filed a 3,224-page chargesheet on May 17, 2021 and requested for prosecution of 16 accused, including Deep Sidhu. The main conspirator of the Red Fort violence, Deep Sidhu, was arrested by the police on February 9. The police has also accused him of instigating the uproar in the Red Fort.
According to Delhi Police, more than five hundred personnel of security agencies including Delhi Police were injured in this violence and disturbance. Many of these policemen were also seriously injured. The rioters deliberately instigated the mob against the policemen and attacked them with sharp weapons. In this case, the police have so far registered 44 FIRs and made more than 150 arrests. Apart from Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu, the Special Cell of Delhi Police has also arrested wanted Maninder Singh, who was seen waving swords with both his hands on 26 January. The two swords of 4.3 feet that Maninder Singh had waved have also been recovered from his house in Swaroop Nagar.