Republic Day violence case: Two accused arrested from Jammu, shifted to Delhi for questioning


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Mohinder Singh Khalsa (L) and Mandeep Singh (R). The duo was taken into custody by the Crime Department of Delhi Police from Jammu.

The Crime Department of Delhi Police has arrested two individuals in reference to the Republic Day violence case. One amongst them is a outstanding farmer chief from Jammu. He has been recognized as Mohinder Singh Khalsa. SIngh is the chairman of Jammu and Kashmir United Kisan Entrance. He’s a resident of Chatha space of Jammu metropolis. The second individual has been recognized as Mandeep Singh (23), a resident of Gole Gujral, Jammu.

Police mentioned that  they have been “energetic members” and “key conspirators” within the violence on the Crimson Fort throughout farmers’ tractor parade on January 26.

Delhi Police Extra PRO Anil Mittal mentioned that each Mohinder and Gole have been taken into custody on Monday night time and instantly shifted to Delhi for questioning. They have been apprehended with the assist of the Jammu and Kashmir Police.

“As per the data acquired, each the accused are energetic members and key conspirators within the riot at Crimson Fort,” Mittal mentioned.

1000’s of protesters had clashed with the police throughout the tractor parade referred to as by farmer unions on January 26 demanding repeal of the Centre’s farm legal guidelines. Lots of the protesters reached the Crimson Fort driving tractors and entered the monument, and a few of them even hoisted spiritual flags on its domes and a flagstaff on the ramparts.

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