Court grants interim protection from arrest to Sidhana in police attack case

New Delhi, June 29 (PTI) A Delhi courtroom on Tuesday granted interim protection from arrest to gangster-turned -activist Lakha Sidhana in a case associated to an alleged attack on police personnel throughout the tractor rally on the Republic Day this yr by farmers protesting towards the brand new agri legal guidelines.

Additional Sessions Judge Shivaji Anand granted him protection from any coercive motion until July 19 and directed him to be a part of the investigation.

Three days in the past the courtroom had granted him interim protection from arrest until July 3 in one other case associated to the Republic Day violence.

Delhi Police had earlier introduced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for offering details about Sidhana. Fearing arrest, he moved Delhi”s Rohini courtroom in search of anticipatory bail in the 2 circumstances.

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee”s (DSGMC) authorized workforce is pursuing the matter.

Senior advocate Ramesh Gupta Senior appeared for Sidhana together with advocates Rakesh Chahar, Jaspreet Rai, VPS Sandhu, Jasdeep S Dhillon, APS Mander, Prateek Kohli, and Sankalp Kohli.

On January 26 this yr, protesters from the Singhu border reached GT Karnal Road, the place they destroyed the police barricades, rioted with swords, and ran their tractors over the police officers with an intention to kill, in accordance to the FIR.

“Police tried to intervene and cease them. Water cannon was used to disperse the protestors, tear fuel shells had been fired. The mob began throwing again tear fuel shells in the direction of the police,” it said, including that numerous policemen and one DTC driver suffered accidents.

As per the FIR registered on the criticism of Inspector Anil Kumar, the protester, with their preplanned goal, deviated from the rally routes agreed upon by the farm unions and brought on violence. PTI AAK SJK SA

Disclaimer: This story has not been edited by Outlook Staff and is auto-generated from information company feeds. Source: PTI

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