Red Fort Violence: The family jammed the national high-way, demanding the release of Mohinder, saying - our father is innocent
On 26 January, Delhi Police (Mohinder Singh) and Mandeep Singh (Mandeep Singh), chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir United Kisan Front, were arrested from Jammu in the Red Fort Violence violence. After this Mohinder Singh's supporters and family have sat on a dharna on Jammu Pathankot National Highway. They have blocked the national highway.
In fact, according to his family, Mohinder Singh was present in Delhi on 26 January but he has no hand in the violence, as well as the family members say that our father is innocent, the Delhi Police has arrested our father without telling him and we Demand for release as soon as possible. In order to avoid any kind of violence in view of the situation, Jammu Police has also been deployed on Jammu Pathankot National Highway.
Delhi Police is continuously investigating those people who incited violence on the Red Fort on 26 January. In this episode, the police have arrested two accused named Mohind Singh and Mandeep Singh. According to the information, the crime branch of Delhi has arrested both of them from Jammu. It is being told that these two were also involved in those who committed violence on Republic Day.
According to the information, 45-year-old Mohinder is the president of Kashmir United Front Organization. His name is included in the main people who hatched the riots. Mandeep, a resident of Gol Gujral, is also said to be one of the main conspirators. Delhi Police registered cases against both of them under sections 147, 148, 149, 152, 269, 279, 186, 332, 353, 307, 308, 395, 397, 188, 120B and 25/27 Arms Act of IPC. is.
Earlier, it was being told that after Mohinder's arrest, his family had created a lot of uproar in Satwari. The family said that on Monday night, the Gandhinagar police called and called Mohinder to the police station where a team of Delhi Police was already present. When Mohinder reached the police station, the Delhi team took him with him.
According to media reports, SHO Gurnam Chaudhary from Gandhinagar told that Delhi Police has registered a case against Mohinder Singh. She has taken him with her for legal action. Earlier, Delhi Police had released pictures of 20 people allegedly involved in the violence at the Red Fort during the tractor parade of farmers on Republic Day. Police said that they scanned the video and took pictures of people. Earlier, the police released photographs of 200 people in connection with the Red Fort violence.