New Delhi: Delhi Police had filed a charge sheet in Delhi’s Tis Hazari court regarding the Red Fort violence. According to the sources, the police has revealed in the charge sheet that on January 26, the farmers entered the Red Fort under a thoughtful conspiracy and they aimed to capture the Red Fort and make the Red Fort a new Protest Site.
Big money was also promised to the accused
Not only this, the occasion of Republic Day on 26 January was chosen very thoughtfully so that the government and the country and abroad can be embarrassed and the government can be embarrassed. The Delhi Police has written in the charge sheet that a promise was made to pay big money to the accused who hoisted the tricolour flag and the flag of the farmer flag in the Red Fort.
According to the charge sheet, the conspiracy that took place on the Red Fort on 26 January was hatched in November and December of 2020. For which a large number of tractors were purchased from Punjab and Haryana. The Delhi Police has also made the data of horse-trading in Punjab and Haryana a part of the charge sheet.
Deep Sidhu and Lakha Sidhana the main conspirators in the charge sheet
In this case, the crime branch has accused 16 people including Deep Siddu, Iqbal Singh, Maninder Moni and Khempreet. Delhi Police has imposed serious sections on the accused in the charge sheet like sedition, rioting, attempt to murder and robbery. Delhi Police sources said that Deep Sidhu and Lakha Sidhana are the main conspirators of the Red Fort violence in the charge sheet. Not only this but the names of many big farmer leaders are also included in the charge sheet.
The charge sheet is three thousand pages
Crime Branch of Delhi Police filed this charge sheet in Tis Hazari court on Monday. According to police sources, the charge sheet is about 3000 pages, out of which 250 pages have an operational part and in this operational part it is written that how this entire conspiracy was hatched and then executed. According to police sources, 6 other accused including Lakha Sidhana are still absconding in this case.