Deep Sidhu, Iqbal Singh taken to Red Fort to recreate crime scene

The Crime Branch is studying the route taken by Sidhu and Iqbal to reach Red Fort when the violence broke out on January 26 during the farmers’ tractor rally

Deep Sidhu, Iqbal Singh taken to Red Fort to recreate crime scene

Iqbal Singh (donning a blue turban) was seen at the Red fort on February 13, in New Delhi. Tribune Photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

New Delhi, February 13

The Delhi Police Crime Branch, probing the Red Fort violence on Republic Day, took the arrested accused Deep Sidhu and Iqbal Singh to Red Fort on Saturday to recreate the crime scene.

The Crime Branch is studying the route taken by Sidhu and Iqbal to reach Red Fort when the violence broke out on January 26 during the farmers’ tractor rally. The Crime Branch is probing if it was part of a larger conspiracy.

Also read: ‘Youth arrested for R-Day violence joined farm protest only on January 28’

Forty-five-year-old Iqbal Singh hails from Ludhiana. He, along with Punjabi actor-activist Deep Sidhu and others, was part of the tractor rally that changed course and created chaos in the national capital. His videos went viral on social media where he was purportedly heard threatening cops on duty and inciting protesters to go on a rampage.

Following the violence, Delhi Police announced cash reward of Rs 1 lakh each for Deep Sidhu, Jugraj Singh, Gurjot Singh and Gurjant Singh, and Rs 50,000 each for Jagbir Singh, Buta Singh, Sukhdev Singh and Iqbal Singh for their alleged involvement in the violence that saw at least one person die and several injured, including policemen.

Sidhu and Iqbal Singh are in police remand and the Crime Branch is probing all angles to the violence and also who else aided them on January 26 and sheltered them when they were on the run. — IANS

Tribune Shorts

Top Stories

Massive fire breaks out at luxury high-rise in Mumbai, 1 dead

Massive fire breaks out at luxury high-rise in Mumbai, 1 dead

30-year-old security guard falls from 19th floor trying to e...

Harish Choudhary appointed new AICC in-charge for Punjab

Harish Choudhary appointed new AICC in-charge for Punjab

Replaces five-time MP Harish Rawat

Probe would be conducted to check if Amarinder's Pak friend has links with ISI: Punjab Deputy CM Randhawa

Probe would be conducted to check if Amarinder's Pak friend has links with ISI: Punjab Deputy CM Randhawa

Former Chief Minister Amarinder hits back, says Randhawa is ...

Defence Ministry clears Rs 423-crore deal for MK-54 torpedoes

Defence Ministry clears Rs 423-crore deal for MK-54 torpedoes

MK-54 lightweight torpedoes are used by US surface ships, fi...

Cities

View All