New Delhi, May 6: Delhi BJP leader Tejinder Pal Singh Bagga was arrested by the Punjab Police on Friday morning. The Punjab Police reached Bagga’s house in Delhi’s Janakpuri and took him with them. After the arrest of Tejinder Bagga, this case seems to be BJP vs Aam Aadmi Party. Both the parties have come face to face over the arrest of Bagga.
Punjab Police was arresting Tejinder Bagga and taking him from Delhi to Mohali, where he was to be produced in the court, but he has been stopped in Haryana. In Haryana’s Kurukshetra, the state police have stopped the convoy of Punjab Police. While in Delhi, Tejinder Bagga’s father Pritampal has spoken of kidnapping his son. On the complaint of Bagga’s father, Delhi Police has also registered a case of kidnapping. Bagga’s father Pritampal says that the Punjab Police has assaulted and misbehaved with him.
Delhi BJP spokesperson Naveen Kumar Jindal has said that around 50 policemen suddenly entered Bagga’s house in Delhi at around 8.30 am and took him away. Jindal said that Bagga was not wearing his turban, when he asked for it at the time of wearing the turban, that too was not given.
The Punjab Police had registered a case against Tejinder Bagga under sections 153-A (causing tension between two communities), 505 (spreading rumours) and 506 (intimidation) of the IPC, leading to his arrest. An FIR was lodged against Bagga for making objectionable tweets against Delhi CM and chief Arvind Kejriwal.