BJP Leader Arrest: Punjab Police Officer Arrested in Haryana, Kidnapped in Delhi
Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga was arrested by Punjab police on Friday morning from his Delhi residence for provocative remarks, increased religious hostility, and criminal threats. After the Delhi police registered the kidnapping case based on a complaint from Mr. Bagga’s father, the Punjab police team was stopped by a Haryana police officer on the way to take Mr. Bagga to Mohari.
In a video statement, Delhi BJP spokesman Naveen Kumar Jindal claimed that around 8:30 am, about 50 police officers broke into Mr Bagga’s house in Delhi and arrested him. “He couldn’t even wear a turban,” he said.
Bagga’s father claims he was beaten in the face when trying to capture the incident in a video. He spoke to news agency ANI, saying, “This morning, 10 to 15 police officers came to our house and dragged Tajinder out. When he picked up his cell phone to record a video of the incident. , The police took me to another room and beat me. Face to face. “