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Deep Sidhu Granted Bail in Red Fort Violence Case

Deep Sidhu Gets Bail in Red Fort Violence Case

Actor-activist Deep Sidhu, accused of the Red Fort violence, has been granted bail by the Tis Hazari Court in Delhi on Monday in another case. Due to which Deep Sidhu was arrested on 9 February. Sidhu was arrested in connection with the Red Fort violence on Republic Day in the capital Delhi.

At the same time, earlier this month, Sidhu was granted bail in a case by a local court in Delhi, but in a case filed by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) for damage to public property during the violence on 26 January. Was arrested.

Earlier, Additional Sessions Judge Nilofar Abida Parveen granted conditional bail to Sandeep Singh Sidhu alias Deep Sidhu on a personal bond of Rs 30,000 and two sureties of the same amount.

The court said, Sidhu will have to ensure that his phone number remains operational and active at all times. Each time he has to share his location with the investigating officer.

Along with this, by calling him on the 1st and 15th of every month, he will have to tell his location to the investigating officer. In other terms, the court said, whenever Sidhu would be called, he would have to be involved in the investigation. Apart from this, the trial court will be present on every date of hearing.

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