Red Fort Violence: Delhi Police arrests accused with Rs 1 lakh bounty from Amritsar
DCP Special Cell Sanjeev Yadav said, “One Gurjot Singh wanted in the Red Fort case who had a reward of Rs 1 lakh on his head has been arrested by a team of NR of special cell from Amritsar.”
New Delhi: Gurjot Singh, an accused in the violence at the Red Fort on Republic Day, was arrested by the Special Cell of Delhi Police from Amritsar on Monday morning. A reward of one lakh rupees was declared on Gurjot's head.
Red Fort Violence:
DCP Special Cell Sanjeev Yadav said, "One Gurjot Singh wanted in the Red Fort case who had a reward of Rs 1 lakh on his head has been arrested by a team of NR of special cell from Amritsar."
One accused under arrest:
Earlier on Thursday, in the case of violence at Red Fort, Delhi Police had filed a supplementary charge sheet in Tis Hazari Court, in which the names of many more accused have been included on behalf of Delhi Police. The Tis Hazari Court has taken cognizance on this chargesheet today. The court has issued summons to several accused, including accused Deep Sidhu, in the Red Fort violence case and ordered them to appear in court proceedings on June 29. All the accused will be produced through video conferencing.
According to the sources of Delhi Police Crime Branch, during the investigation in the chargesheet filed in the court, many big conspiracy has been revealed, in which the most important information has been received that the Red Fort was captured by some agitated farmer leaders under the guise of farmers' agitation. There was a conspiracy to make demonstration places like Singhu border, Tikri border there. In this case, this charge sheet has been prepared on the basis of the arrest of several dozen accused and their recorded statements, evidence.
According to Delhi Police, more than five hundred personnel of security agencies including Delhi Police were injured in this violence. Many of these policemen were also seriously injured.
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