After Khalistanis, Akali Dal and Sikh religious body extend support to Deep Sidhu who desecrated Red Fort during Republic Day riots
Shiromani Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa revealed that Delhi Sikh Gurudwara body has extended legal support to Deep Sidhu.
Deep Sidhu is named as one of the main instigators of the Red Fort violence on Republic Day
Delhi police had announced a cash reward of Rs 50,000 on the arrest of Iqbal Singh who is accused in Republic Day violence case.
Delhi Court sends Khalistani supporter Deep Sidhu to seven-day police custody for his involvement in Republic Day violence
Deep Sidhu was tracked down and arrested in an operation led by Delhi Police’and has been sent to 7 day custody.
With nothing left to defend the Khalistan supporter, several of them have maintained a stoic silence on social media. However, a large number of the anti-farm law activists have shed their cloaks and come forward seeking his release.
On February 3, Delhi Police announced a cash reward of Rs 1 Lakh each for information leading to the arrest of Deep Sidhu, Jugraj Singh, Gurjot Singh and Gurjant Singh
Republic Day Riots: ‘Farmers Union Leaders were present at Red Fort with their faces covered,’ main accused Deep Sidhu in latest video
"I am disappointed in you, Ravish Kumar. I thought you are a sensible journalist," said Deep Sidhu in latest video on Facebook video.
Republic Day Riots: Delhi Police announces reward for information leading to arrest of Deep Sidhu, Lakha Sidana and others
Deep Sidhu and several others, who were part of the rioting mob, are absconding since Republic Day riots
When protesting ‘farmers’ hailed Khalistani terrorists Sukha and Jinda in presence of ‘actor-farmer’ Deep Sidhu
Song threatening rise of Khalistani terrorists on the lines of Sukha and Jinda emerged on social media
From hailing Deep Sidhu to breaking Mahatma Gandhi statue: How Khalistanis in California celebrated Republic Day riots
Earlier this week, Twitter has blocked over 500 accounts for instigating violence on Republic Day in India. Many of these accounts were from Pakistan and many were using the platform to create confusion over the Tractor Rally.
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