Lakkha Sidhana, An Accused Openly Challenging The Police, Rallied In Mehraj, Punjab

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Lakha Sidhana, the most wanted accused of violence during the January 26 tractor parade in Delhi, arrived at a farmers rally held in Mehraj, Punjab on Tuesday. Mehraj in Bathinda district is the ancestral village of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. Lakkha Sidhana also hails from this area. Earlier Lakha had openly challenged the Delhi Police on social media. Lakha had said that he would attend a fury rally in Mehraj, Bathinda on 23 February. If Delhi Police has power, arrest and shows it.

Here, Deep Sidhu, the other accused in the violence case, was sent to jail by the Tis Hazari Court for 14 days in judicial custody. Sidhu’s seven-day police remand ends on Tuesday.

Bathinda SSP had said, will cooperate with Delhi Police

Two days ago, Bathinda SSP Bhupinder Jeet Singh Virk had said that there is no case on Lakkha Sidhana in Bathinda, but if the Delhi Police take action, we will cooperate fully with them. No disturbance of any kind will be allowed. There were 20 criminal cases against Lakkha in Punjab, in which he has also been acquitted.

Delhi Police searching for five miscreants including Lakha

Delhi Police announced a reward of one lakh rupees each on Punjabi actors Deep Sidhu, Jugraj Singh, Gurjot Singh, and Gurjant Singh in the Red Fort violence case and Rs 50,000 each on Jagbir Singh, Buta Singh, Sukhdev Singh, and Iqbal Singh was. Delhi Police has arrested Deep Sidhu, Iqbal Singh, and Sukhdev Singh. The search for five other miscreants continues. They also include Lakkha Sidhana.

Two accused of violence arrested from Jammu and Kashmir

Here, Delhi Police’s Special Cell has arrested 2 of the most wanted to be accused in the Red Fort violence case from Jammu and Kashmir. According to Delhi Police, his name is Mohinder Singh Khalsa and Mandeep Singh. Both are residents of Jammu and Kashmir. The police will present them in court and take them on remand. Of these, Mohinder Singh is the president of United Farmers Front Jammu and Kashmir.

BJP leader claims – waved Pakistani flag at Congress event in Germany

Mumbai BJP spokesperson Suresh Nakhua has alleged that Indian Overseas Congress (IOC) officials waved the Pakistan flag in a protest against agricultural laws in Germany. However, the IOC issued a statement on Monday, denying the allegations.

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