Tajinder Bagga Latest Update: The Punjab Police on Friday arrested BJP leader Tejinder Pal Singh Bagga from his residence in the national capital. After this, in a dramatic development that lasted throughout the day, the Haryana Police stopped the vehicles of Punjab Police in Kurukshetra, Haryana after Bagga was forcibly picked up from his house, after which the Delhi Police arrested Bagga. brought back the national capital. Now BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga was brought to Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in Delhi for medical examination. They will then be presented in the court.
The Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP targeted each other over the case of the arrest of Bagga (36) and then bringing him back. Bagga has been quite vocal against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on social media. Bagga had come under attack from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) some time ago by tweeting against Kejriwal for the film ‘The Kashmir Files’. The BJP accused the Punjab Police of “hijacking” its leader and accused AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of using the state police for political vendetta. The Aam Aadmi Party, on the other hand, rubbished the allegations, saying that BJP’s Delhi unit spokesperson Bagga was arrested for allegedly increasing communal tension in Punjab.
case registered in delhi
The Delhi Police registered a kidnapping case on the complaint of Bagga’s father Preetpal Singh. Meanwhile, the Punjab government moved the High Court against the ‘custody’ of his police team in Kurukshetra. It is worth noting that in Delhi and Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party is in power, while in Haryana, the BJP is in power. Bagga’s father Preetpal Singh complained that some people came to his house at around 8 am on Friday and took away his son. Singh alleged that Punjab Police personnel punched him in the face and did not even allow his son Tejinder to wear a turban while arresting him.
Preetpal Singh told reporters that 10 to 15 Punjab Police personnel forcibly entered his house in Janakpuri to arrest his son and arrested Bagga. Angered by this, BJP workers staged a sit-in outside the Janakpuri police station in Delhi and raised slogans against the Punjab Police. The Punjab Police on Friday said it arrested BJP’s Delhi unit spokesperson Tejinder Pal Singh Bagga from his residence in the national capital in a case registered in Mohali.
Punjab Police stopped in Kurukshetra
However, Punjab Police vehicles carrying Bagga from Delhi to Mohali were stopped at Kurukshetra in Haryana and Punjab Police vehicles were taken to Peepli police station in Kurukshetra. On the question of stopping the Punjab Police team, a Haryana Police official said, “It has been learned that Bagga was forcibly picked up from his residence. We have to verify and re-examine these things. Subsequently, a Delhi Police team took Bagga under its protection from the Punjab Police in Kurukshetra in a “very dramatic development”.
This is how Bagga returned to Delhi
A police officer from Kurukshetra told over phone that a team of Delhi Police reached Kurukshetra and took Bagga with them and left for the national capital. However, no clear information has been revealed about the reason behind Bagga’s arrest and its legal validity. The Punjab Police claimed that despite being served five notices, Bagga (36) did not join the investigation, following which he was arrested from his house in the morning following due process of law.
This is the whole matter related to Bagga
It is worth mentioning that the Punjab Police had registered a case against Bagga last month for making provocative statements, promoting enmity and making criminal intimidation. The police had registered this case against Bagga on the basis of a complaint by Mohali-based AAP leader Sunny Ahluwalia. According to the FIR lodged on April 1, Bagga had participated in a protest of BJP Yuva Morcha outside the Chief Minister’s residence in Delhi on March 30 and allegedly made objectionable remarks, Punjab Police said.
BJP made this allegation
Reacting strongly to Bagga’s arrest, BJP leaders have accused Kejriwal of having a dictatorial mindset and misusing the police force of Punjab. BJP’s Punjab unit leader and party’s national general secretary Tarun Chugh tweeted, “The way Kejriwal is misusing Punjab Police is condemnable. The Punjab Police has arrested Tejinder Pal Singh Bagga from his house. The police treated Bagga and his father inhumanely. But, remember Arvind Kejriwal, your such actions cannot scare a true Sikh.
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Meanwhile, AAP’s chief spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj referred to the clashes in Patiala on April 29 over the arrest of Bagga, while the Punjab Police on the other hand said that it had arrested the BJP leader in connection with a case registered in Mohali on April 1. He was arrested from his residence in the capital. The FIR dated April 1 refers to Bagga’s remarks of March 30, which he made during a protest by the youth wing of the BJP outside the residence of the Delhi Chief Minister.
his statements were communal
Bhardwaj defended the action of the Punjab Police, saying at a press conference that the state police had registered a case against Bagga last month after he, through his social media posts, “attempted to create communal tension and incite violence in the state”. that” was. Bhardwaj alleged, “Due to such statements, Punjab Police registered an FIR and now arrested Bagga. His statements were communal. Many people associated with BJP were involved in instigating violence in Patiala.
This is the statement of Punjab Police
After Bagga’s arrest, the Punjab Police in a statement said, “The accused were served five notices under Section 41A of the Criminal Penal Code to join the investigation.” The notices were duly served on April 9, 11, 15, 22 and 28. Despite this, the accused did not deliberately join the investigation. The Punjab Police said that following due process of law, Bagga was arrested from his house in Delhi’s Janakpuri area on Friday morning. Sunny Ahluwalia of Mohali had accused Bagga of making provocative and false statements to hurt religious sentiments, promote enmity and create feelings of enmity, hatred and rancor. A case was registered against Bagga under sections 153-A, 505 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code.
interference in the criminal justice system
At the same time, Mohali’s Senior Superintendent of Police said on Friday that the stopping of policemen from Punjab, who were bringing BJP leader Tejinder Bagga under arrest from Delhi, by Haryana Police amounted to ‘illegal custody’. In a letter to the Kurukshetra Superintendent of Police, he termed it an interference in the criminal justice system. Mohali SSP Vivek Sheel Soni, in his letter, referred to the FIR lodged against Bagga last month and said that he was served five notices to join the probe, “but he did not appear before the probe team”. “As per the law, a police team was sent to arrest the accused Bagga. The said police team arrested the accused from his Delhi residence in the morning… It has come to my notice that Haryana Police stopped the team on Karnal-Kurukshetra highway. “This amounts to illegal detention and interference in the criminal justice system,” the Mohali SSP said in the letter.