Red Fort Violence: In the case of Red Fort violence in Delhi, the police has now released pictures of 45 more miscreants. Police have arrested around 150 people in this case so far. At the same time, 44 FIRs have been filed. The great thing is that Deep Sidhu, the main accused of the violence, is still out of the police’s grip. The police has failed to find his clue.
New Delhi: In the case of violence at Lala Fort during the farmers’ tractor rally on 26th January i.e. on Republic Day, Delhi Police has released photographs of 45 and miscreants. All 45 were seen committing violence in the violence and CCTV videos. However, Deep Sidhu, the mastermind of the violence, is still out of police custody.
150 arrested, 44 FIR registered
After investigating the video, the police have extracted and released these pictures with the help of experts. Earlier, the Crime Branch released photographs of 12 miscreants. Delhi Police has so far registered 44 FIRs regarding this violence, in which arrests of about 150 people have also been made. After the investigation of the case reached the SIT, the police have arrested two people so far.
The Special Investigation Team of Delhi Police is investigating about five thousand videos which the police have received after CCTV cameras, viral videos, media cameras, Delhi Police cameras and appeals to the public. Only after investigating them, the police have identified the miscreants and so far they have also announced a reward for those giving information about 8 miscreants,
Where is Deep Sidhu?
The investigation of the crime branch on violence is going on very slowly. After takeover the case, the SIT has so far arrested only two people. Police are camping in Haryana and Punjab in search of Deep Sidhu, the main accused in this case. Despite raiding many places, the police is not finding success.
Deep Sidhu is constantly giving his clarification by putting his videos on social media and is challenging the Delhi Police, but every time he remains two steps ahead of the police. This is the reason why the police have now sought help from the public and announced a reward of one lakh rupees to those giving information about four people including Deep Sidhu.
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