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BJP leader Tajinder Baga will join the Sikh protest in front of CM Arvind Kejriwal’s house at 3pm today

Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Baga will join a Sikh protest outside CM Arvind Kejriwal’s home at 3pm today. From Delhi to Haryana and Punjab, the high-voltage drama continued until late into the night after Baga’s arrest on Friday. Punjab police arrested Baga on Friday from Delhi on charges of trying to stir up communal tension and violence in the state, but hours after that arrest, Baga was stopped in Haryana on his way to Punjab and brought back by Delhi police. to Delhi.

After being released by a Delhi court, Tajinder Pal Singh Baga on Friday called his arrest by Punjab police illegal and said he would fight until Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal apologizes for his comments on the Kashmir Pandits.

Baga said those who think they can do anything with the help of the police, I want to tell them that a BJP worker will not be afraid of anyone. I thank Haryana, Delhi Police and all BJP workers for their support. Delhi Police has registered the FIR and the concerned persons will be punished.

“Punjab police arrested me as if I was a terrorist”

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After being arrested by Punjab police, Baga arrived at his home in Delhi late on Friday night. This was followed by a celebration for the Baga family members on their return home to Delhi.

He was stopped by a Haryana police team on his way to Mohali after the Delhi Police registered a kidnapping case against the Punjab Police on the complaint of Baga’s father. Haryana police surrounded the Punjab police car carrying Bagha and took him from the highway to a police station in Kurukshetra.

Haryana Police acted at the request of the Delhi Police, who arrived at the court for a search warrant based on the kidnapping complaint. With the search warrant in hand, a team of Delhi Police arrived at Kurukshetra and rescued Bagha and brought him back to Delhi.

Earlier this month, Punjab police charged Baja with making provocative statements, promoting religious enmity and criminally threatening Adami Public Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal over his comments on the “Kashmir files”.

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