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Red Fort Violence: Order on Deep Sidhu’s Bail Plea Reserved by Delhi Court for April 15,2021

Lawstreet Journal 15 Apr 2021 7:41pm

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On Monday (April 12, 2021), orders were reserved by a Delhi Court in the bail application that was filed by Deep Sidhu who has been accused in the Red Fort violence case pertaining to the farmer’s tractor rally so as to decide the jurisdiction of the appropriate court to hear the matter.

The order is now supposed to be pronounced on April 15, 2021. 

Deep Sindhu has been alleged as the “main instigator” in the said incident of inciting violence by the Prosecution. 

The order was reserved by Additional Sessions Judge, Abida Parveen. 

Appearing on behalf of the state, Public Prosecutor submitted, that various interviews given by the Accused show his “intention for committing violence to blame our country, to disregard our national flag, to disregard our police personnel where several were injured.”

This submission was in response to the previous Vios order of the Court in which it had directed the parties to substantiate their allegations by submitting the relevant transcripts. 

The PP went on to quote a few news interviews of the Accused and specifically highlighted his statements that said, "26 tareekh aarahi hain. Zyada se zyada log laao. Apne gharo se tractor laao,” and "Hum jab 26 November ko aaye the toh barricade Todd kar aaye the".

The PP further submitted: 

"This interview is showing his intention for committing violence to blame our country, to disregard our national flag, to disregard our police personnel where several were injured. He was not intending to follow the route which was provided for the march. On 26th January… Continue Reading...


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