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Red Fort Violence: 20 more cases released by Delhi Police in Republic Day violence case

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Red Fort Violence: 20 more cases released by Delhi Police in Republic Day violence case

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Delhi Police on Saturday released pictures of 20 more people who were allegedly involved in the violence at the Red Fort during the tractor parade of farmers on Republic Day. This information was provided by officers. Police said she is investigating the video and releasing photos of people on that basis.

Pictures of 200 people were released
A senior police officer said, “We have released photographs and the process of identification (of people) has started.” Earlier, police released pictures of 200 people in connection with the violence at the Red Fort. Thousands of protesters clashed with the police during the tractor parade organized by farmers’ organizations on 26 January.

Police eyes on Lakha Singh Sidhana
Former gangster Lakkha Singh Sidhana, the mastermind of the Red Fort violence in Delhi and a prize money of Rs 1 lakh, has once again released the inflammatory video. Lakkha has openly warned the police and announced another protest on 23 February. It has been said to perform in Bathinda. By releasing the video, he has asked more and more youth from Punjab to participate in this demonstration.
1 lakh prize of Lakha Singh Sidhana accused of Red Fort violence, open challenge to Delhi Police, released this video
Was identified with social media
Earlier, the Delhi Police’s Special Cell caught another prime accused in connection with the violence on January 26 at the Red Fort. The man caught is named Maninder Singh alias Moni (30). He worked as an AC mechanic. Two 4.3-foot fragments waved in the Red Fort have been recovered from him. Moni was identified through video / facial recognition.
Singhu Border: The agitator fired on the SHO of Delhi Police, arrested from Mukarba Chowk
Police attacked with sword
According to police, an agitator named Harpreet Singh was running away after snatching the car of a policeman. When the police chased him, he attacked an SHO with his sword near Mukarba Chowk. He then tried to escape by stealing a scooter but was eventually caught. The police have filed a case against him for car theft and attempted murder.

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Source: navbharattimes.indiatimes.com