Actor and activist Deep Sidhu was arrested again on Saturday on the basis of an FIR lodged by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in relation to the Republic Day Violence, in which protesters attacked the Red Fort. Ransacked and hoisted religious flags above the historical monument.
Deep Sidhu was arrested soon after he was granted bail in another case registered in the same case of Red Fort violence by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police. Asi is actually looked after by the Red Fort, so he lodged a separate complaint against Deep Sidhu about how the mob broke the walls, causing damage and vandalizing the office of the fort complex.
The Punjabi actor was arrested on 9 February for inciting protesters. The accused has since been on 14-day remand in police custody. Given that the accused will not be able to tamper with the evidence, as most of these video recordings have been posted on social media, Special Judge Neelofar Abida Parveen granted him bail on Friday on a personal bond of Rs 30,000 and two sureties of the same amount. Granted.
The court rejected the prosecution’s plea that if Deep Sidhu was granted bail, he could abscond, stating, “According to the prosecution’s own plea, the accused is a well-established person in society.” Is a celebrity and such apprehensions apply to harsh conditions. ”
At the same time, Deep Sidhu’s lawyer has denied any connection with Deep in the violence and said that Deep Sidhu was not present there during the violence.
In fact, since November last year, farmers opposing three agricultural laws took out a tractor rally on 26 January. The rally, which was supposed to be carried out peacefully, turned violent when a group of protesters strayed from the previously set paths and entered Delhi.
After being face-to-face with the police at Delhi’s ITO, the protesters marched towards the Red Fort, vandalized there and hoisted the religious flag over it. On their way, they clashed with the police, broke security cameras and violence ensued, following which the Red Fort was closed by 31 January.
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