New Delhi: Red Fort savagery case, The Special Cell of Delhi Police on Wednesday morning said that Iqbal Singh, another charged in the Republic Day brutality case, has been captured. He was taken into guardianship from Hoshiarpur in Punjab the previous evening.
A week ago, police had declared monetary compensation of Rs 50,000 for data that can prompt the capture of Singh and three others regarding the Red Fort brutality.
In the recordings from Republic Day brutality, Singh is seen giving dangers to police who were on the job at the Red Fort. Singh said that he will start shooting at them with their own weapons. He can likewise be purportedly heard saying that on the off chance that the doors of the Red Fort are not opened calmly, at that point weapons would be utilized and there would be a boundless slaughter. The video was transferred live on Facebook.
Prior to Tuesday, Punjabi entertainer Deep Sidhu, who is blamed for inducing a gathering of ranchers to storm the Red Fort on Republic Day during the work vehicle march, was captured by police. Sidhu was found in the video film of the Red Fort viciousness. He was fleeing from that point forward. A Delhi court has sent Sidhu to 7-day police guardianship.
Sidhu was found and captured in an activity drove by Delhi Police’s DCP Sanjeev Yadav. He was captured from Zirakpur close to Chandigarh. Sidhu was in contact with a lady companion and entertainer who lives in California. He used to make recordings and send it to her, and she used to transfer them on his Facebook account, police said.
A great many fighting ranchers had conflicted with the police during the work vehicle march called by rancher associations on January 26 to feature their interest for nullification of the Center’s three homestead laws. Large numbers of the dissenters, driving farm vehicles, arrived at the Red Fort and entered the landmark. A few dissidents even raised strict banners on its vaults and a flagstaff at the bulwarks, where the public banner is spread out by the Prime Minister on Independence Day.