Crimson Fort violence: Delhi Police announce Rs 1 lakh money reward for info on Lakha Sidhana
Lakha Sidhana is accused of violence on Republic Day
Crimson Fort violence: Delhi Police on Sunday introduced money reward of Rs 1 lakh for info resulting in arrest of Lakhbir Singh alias Lakha Sidhana, who’s among the many key accused of violence on Republic Day. Groups of Delhi Police Crime Department and Particular Cell are conducting search operations in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi-NCR, based on ANI. This comes simply days after the police arrested one other accused Deep Sidhu from Zirakpur close to Chandigarh. He was arrested by a staff of Delhi Police’s Particular Cell.
Following violence on Crimson Fort, Sidhu and Lakhana have been booked beneath numerous sections of IPC. Nevertheless, each went lacking prompting the police to announce reward to get info on the duo. The police had additionally introduced a money reward of Rs 1 lakh for info resulting in Sidhu’s arrest.
After the January 26 violence that had left over 500 safety personnel injured and one protestor lifeless, Sidhu was posting movies on social media. “Sidhu was involved with a girl buddy who lives in California. He used to make movies and ship it to her, and he or she used to add them on his Fb account,” PTI reported citing police sources.
Sidhana and Sidhu have been booked beneath numerous sections of IPC, 152 (assaulting or obstructing public servant when suppressing riot), 186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public capabilities), 308 (try to commit culpable murder), 353 (assault or legal pressure to discourage public servant from discharge of his obligation), 397 (theft, or dacoity, with try to trigger demise or grievous damage), and 307 (try to homicide).