During the hearing in the bench of Justice Anoop Chitkara, the Punjab government assured the High Court that until the hearing of Bagga’s petition is to be held on Tuesday, May 10, the police will not arrest him. After this, the High Court has adjourned the hearing on Bagga’s petition.

The ruckus that started on Friday over the arrest of Tajinder Bagga is unlikely to end soon. As soon as the arrest warrants were issued from the Mohali court on Saturday evening, it seemed that now Bagga’s arrest would not be stopped, but late in the night he reached the Punjab-Haryana High Court from where he got relief.

During the hearing in the bench of Justice Anoop Chitkara, the Punjab government assured the High Court that until the hearing of Bagga’s petition is to be held on Tuesday, May 10, the police will not arrest him. After this, the High Court has adjourned the hearing on Bagga’s petition. On the other hand, Minister of Bhagwant Mann Sarkar Harjot Bains said that if people like Bagga try to disturb the peace and tranquility of Punjab, then leave Delhi, we will also bring them from Kabul.

Mohali court had issued warrant
Punjab’s Mohali Court on Saturday issued an arrest warrant and ordered the Punjab Police to arrest Bagga and produce him by May 23. The Punjab Police, which reached the district court, told in its petition that in the case registered against the accused, five times notices were sent asking him to cooperate in the investigation, but he did not join the investigation even once. The action was interrupted when the Punjab Police team reached Bagga’s residence on Friday. His DDR was not even registered in Delhi. After that the Punjab Police team bringing Bagga was stopped near Kurukshetra and the accused was forcibly handed over to Delhi Police. In such a situation, it is necessary for justice to issue a non-bailable warrant for the accused.

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