Republic Day violence case: Delhi Court on Monday reserved order on the bail plea of Deep Sidhu, arrested in connection with Republic Day violence at Red Fort.
The court has reserved its order for April 15 to pronounce the order or any clarification, if required, on the bail plea of Deep Sidhu.
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The police on Monday opposed the bail plea of Republic Day violence accused Deep Sidhu. The police said that he will destroy the evidence if released on bail.
The remarks came during a hearing by a Tis Hazari Court in Delhi on Deep Sidhu’s plea in connection to his arrest in the Republic Day violence case.
The bail plea was heard before the Additional Sessions Judge Nilofer Abeeda Parveen. Meanwhile, Sidhu alleged that the charges against him were baseless. During the last hearing, he had told the court that he was at the wrong place at the wrong time.
However, the prosecutor informed the court that the accused was well aware in advance that protestors would not follow the route provided by Delhi Police.
The prosecutor added that Deep, in a video from January 26, was seen at the Red Fort ramp.
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