Republic Day riots: Two more, including Dutch national Maninderjit Singh arrested, was trying to flee on forged documents
Maninderjit Singh is a habitual offender and was arrested from Delhi airport as he tried to flee on forged documents.
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.
Arvind Kejriwal dons tinfoil hat to become conspiracy theorist, claims BJP workers hoisted flag at Red Fort
Arvind Kejriwal, quite clearly, is making an attempt to shield Khalistanis despite overwhelming evidence of their involvement.
Republic Day violence: Accused Jaspreet Singh, who climbed on the Red Fort tomb, arrested by the Delhi Police
The Delhi Police have so far made over 100 arrests in connection with the Republic Day violence that erupted in the national capital during the 'tractor rally'
Manidner Singh reportedly motivated violence protestors at the Red Fort by performing sword-dance on the Republic Day.
Iqbal Singh was arrested last night from Hoshiarpur, Punjab by the Special Cell of Delhi Police for his role in the Red Fort violence
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.
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
Delhi police release videos showing rioter inciting mob to desecrate Indian Flag at Red Fort, threatening to snatch guns from cops and shoot them
In the videos, a rioter named Iqbal Singh can be heard provoking the mob to storm the Red Fort and replace the India flag
Incidents of violence at Red Fort evoked similar sentiments and reactions in India as did the Capitol Hill siege: MEA
"Any protest must be seen in the context of India's democratic ethos and polity", said MEA spokesperson on the Red Fort violence