A court docket in Mohali Saturday issued a contemporary arrest warrant for BJP chief Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga.
This comes a day after an operation to arrest him pitted Punjab Police in opposition to their counterparts in Delhi and Haryana and led to a political slugfest between the BJP and AAP. The journey to take him to Punjab was minimize quick with police in Haryana intercepting the Punjab Police convoy, the Delhi Police submitting an FIR in opposition to Punjab personnel for abducting Bagga, and ultimately managing to deliver Bagga again from Kurukshetra to the nationwide capital.
Delhi BJP spokesperson Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga was arrested from his Janakpuri residence Friday morning in reference to a case filed in Mohali on April 1.
The April 1 case in opposition to Bagga relies on a criticism by Dr Sunny Singh Ahluwalia, AAP Punjab spokesperson and occasion in-charge of Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha constituency. The FIR quotes Ahluwalia as saying that feedback made by Bagga within the media and on Twitter amounted to “criminal intimidation… to cause violence… imminent hurt to Arvind Kejriwal and other AAP leaders in a pre-designed, well planned, orchestrated manner”.