Punjab, 7th May 2022: A court in Mohali, Punjab has issued an arrest warrant against Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga. The court of Judicial Magistrate Ravitesh Inderjit Singh has asked the cybercrime station in charge to arrest Bagga and present him in court at the next hearing.
Punjab Police said that on May 1, an FIR was registered against Tajinder Bagga by Police Station Punjab State Cyber Crime, SAS Nagar on a complaint of inciting violence, making criminal intimidation, and posting false and communally provocative statements on social media.
An FIR has been registered against Bagga under sections 153A, 505, 505(2), and 506 of the IPC. The court has fixed 23 May 2022 for the next hearing in this matter.
Bagga’s father Preetpal Singh said, “Now it has been proved that they (Punjab Police) want to arrest Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga under one pretext or the other. They will not come under Kejriwal’s pressure. Delhi Police is providing us security. Delhi Police is present here in Janakpuri, they will be with us in all legal action and we will cooperate with them. Tajinder will fight for the law.”
On Friday, the high voltage drama continued from Delhi to Haryana and Punjab till late at night regarding the arrest of Tajinder Bagga from his house in Janakpuri, Delhi. Bagga was arrested on Friday by the Punjab Police from Delhi on charges of trying to incite communal tension and violence in the state, but hours after this arrest, Bagga was stopped in Haryana on his way to Punjab and the Delhi Police took him back and brought to Delhi.
After Bagga’s arrest, his father Preetpal Singh went to the Janakpuri police station and lodged a complaint about the assault on him and the alleged abduction of Tajinder, due to which the Delhi Police immediately contacted the Haryana Police in this matter. Bagga was rescued by the Punjab Police in Kurukshetra.
Significantly, Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga has been very vocal against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on social media. After a complaint by an AAP leader for criticizing Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits. A case has been registered against Bagga on charges of abetment and criminal intimidation.