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- Gurjot, Special Cell Of Delhi Police Caught A Reward Of 1 Lakh In Delhi Violence Of 26 January From Amritsar
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In the case of violence in Delhi on Republic Day, one lakh prize accused Gurjot, who was caught by the police from his house in Amritsar today.
Under the guise of the farmers’ movement, the action is going on in the country’s capital Delhi on the Republic Day. On Monday, the team of Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested Gurjot, a declared accused of Rs 1 lakh, from Amritsar after hoisting the Khalsayi flag there by insulting the tricolor at the Red Fort in this violence. According to a Delhi Police official, Gurjot, who was declared a reward of 1 lakh, has been caught from Amritsar. Actually, the police had received information that he was hiding in Amritsar. After this, his house was raided and he was arrested.
Let us tell you that the whole country is ashamed of the violence that took place in Delhi on 26 January 2021 in the name of farmers movement. The religious flag was put up on the Red Fort on this day. In that incident, the police had filed a charge sheet in the court, in which many shocking revelations came to the fore. In the charge sheet, the police had described the violence at Red Fort as pre-planned. The police had said that the investigation found that there was pre-preparation for this violence. It is wrong to call it a sudden violence, as the rioters had reached the spot with weapons. They had weapons like swords, hockey, sticks. There he created a lot of disturbance. According to the police, this violence was carried out under the guise of a tractor rally. In this regard, Delhi Police has registered 43 FIRs after investigating at various levels.
It is also noteworthy that in this case apart from Punjabi actors Deep Sidhu and Gurjot Singh, the Special Cell of Delhi Police has also arrested wanted Maninder Singh, who was seen waving swords with both hands when the violence broke out on 26 January. About 150 arrests have been made so far, while many of the accused have still not been caught.