Tajinder Bagga Arrest: Punjab cops left empty-hand, moves to the High Court
Bagga is currently being transported to Delhi by the Delhi Police. Bagga was apprehended in Delhi by Punjab Police.Author : Priyanka Vinayak
Haryana Police has handed over Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Bagga to Delhi Police. Bagga is currently being transported to Delhi by the Delhi Police. Bagga was apprehended in Delhi by Punjab Police.
On Friday morning, a team from the Punjab Cyber Cell took action. At the Mohali Cyber Police Station, a charge has been filed against him. The Haryana Police halted the Punjab Police truck transporting Bagga to Mohali at Kurukshetra.
According to Punjab Police, his team was stopped illegally. The Punjab government has filed a plea before the High Court to stop this. The hearing in the Punjab and Haryana High Court has begun. The Haryana government contacted the HC after learning of this.
Haryana had requested an extension until yesterday to respond. The High Court, on the other hand, has asked the Haryana government to explain why Punjab Police and Bagga were stopped in Kurukshetra within half an hour. At the same time, the Punjab government has asked the High Court to restrain the Delhi Police from transporting Bagga to the capital. He was unable to cross the Haryana state line. The High Court is now hearing the case.
Tajinder's father has filed a kidnapping complaint with the Janakpuri police station in Delhi. Following that, the Haryana Police stopped the Punjab Police truck carrying Bagga based on information from the Delhi Police. The Punjab Police was taking Bagga from Delhi to Mohali after his arrest. He was supposed to appear in court there.
In the Tajinder Bagga case, Delhi Police has filed two complaints against Punjab Police. The first case of kidnapping has been registered, according to Punjab Police lawyer RK Rathore. The second case has been registered for assault on the statement of Bagga's father. The Delhi Police have detained four personnel, including the Punjab Police DSP.
Bagga is accused of making inflammatory comments about Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in relation to the film Kashmir Files. Bagga had been given the notice to join the investigation by the Punjab Police, but he did not show up.