Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Tajinder Pal Singh Baga is making headlines these days. Punjab police arrested him from his house and took him away, but Delhi police took him out of Haryana. Besides, a kidnapping case has been registered against Punjab Police. He had opposed Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal because of the recently released film ‘Kashmir Files’. Then, when he was asked to respond to Baga’s sayings in a TV interview, he refused to acknowledge it. Let us tell you that Baja has also pasted a label on the Kashmir files at the Adami Public Party headquarters.
Today, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Man’s police are sweating to arrest Baga. Delhi First Police released Baga from their possession. After that, a court in Mohali again issued an arrest warrant against him. However, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has suspended his arrest for the time being.
Baja’s arrest remains
The High Court of Punjab and Haryana, while conducting a midnight hearing, has suspended the arrest of BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Baga. On Saturday evening, the court ordered that no coercive step be taken against Tejinder Pal Singh Baja. Earlier, the BJP leader Delhi had submitted a petition to the Supreme Court asking to stop the arrest warrant issued by the Mohali court earlier today. Judge Anoop Chitkara listened to Baga’s plea late at night at his residence on urgent grounds. Baja’s lawyer, Chetan Mittal, said on the Supreme Court order that no coercive steps had been taken as of May 10.
what’s the problem?
Punjab police had registered a case against Tejinder Pal Singh Baga for making provocative statements and promoting hostility and criminal intimidation. The case was registered based on a complaint from Sani Ahluwalia, Mohali-based Aam Adami party leader. The FIR submitted on 1 April refers to Baga’s remarks on 30 March, which he made during a BJP Yuva Morsha protest outside the residence of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. A case has been registered against Bagga under Sections 153-A, 505 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code.
Punjab police station in Haryana
Punjab police arrested Baga on Friday from his residence in Delhi. However, the policemen who were taking Baja to Punjab were stopped in Haryana, after which the Delhi Police brought them back to Delhi.
Who is Baja?
Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga started his political career at the age of sixteen. At that time he joined BJP Yuva Morcha. Bhaga is also one of the founding members of “Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena”. At the age of 23, he became the youngest national executive member of Yuva Morcha. In 2017, he was appointed spokesperson for the BJP Delhi. He was also contested from the Harinagar Society headquarters in Delhi, but faced a defeat from the AAP candidate.