When the nation was celebrating proudly its Republic Day, the farmer’s who were agitating went on and indulged in violence and broke all guidelines issued by the Delhi police to maintain peace. The tractor rally conducted by the farmers brought in a lot of violent activity in the form of the agitating farmers even blocked roads causing a disruption in normal life. Police investigated the violence and were on the lookout for the violators. In the most recent developments in the Republic Day violence event, Jaspreet Singh, a resident of Delhi, was detained by the Delhi Police Special Cell on Monday in connection with the violence that marred the national capital during a tractor rally on 26
The 29-year-old was seen in a provocative motion carrying a steel railing built at the Red Fort and was accused of scaling one of the tombs on both sides of the emblematic monument ramparts during the brutality of January 26. Jaspreet is also known as Sunny, a resident of Swaroop Nagar.
The Delhi Police have so far detained more than 100 people in connection with the violence that broke out in ITO and Red Fort during the Farmers’ Republic Day ‘Tractor Parade.’ Last week, the police, tightening their noose around the accused parties, released images of 220 individuals reportedly participating in the unrest that occurred on Republic Day. The police have appealed to the public to post some images or videos of the attack.
Among those arrested are the Punjabi actor and Khalistani supporter, Deep Sidhu, for his role in instigating violence and vandalization at Red Fort on Republic Day during the Farmers’ Tractor Rally. Sidhu was monitored by the Delhi Police using sophisticated surveillance technologies.