Had no bad intents, went to Red Fort as everybody was going there:

New Delhi: Actor-activist Deep Sidhu, who was arrested for the violence at the Red Fort on Republic Day, has actually told cops that he had no “bad objectives” and went to the historic monument as everyone was going there, authorities stated on Wednesday.The Delhi Police’s Criminal activity Branch questioned Sidhu on Wednesday about his location and acts at the Red Fort on January 26, officials said.The actor-activist was sent to seven-day cops custody on Tuesday by a court here following his arrest a day earlier from Karnal bypass in connection with the violence at the Red Fort.Sidhu, according to authorities, was “a popular gamer” behind the January 26 incident.Following his arrest by the Delhi Police, he was handed over to the Criminal activity Branch, which is penetrating the case in connection with the violence and vandalism at the historical fort.On first day of authorities remand, the focus of investigation remained on how Sidhu reached the Red Fort and his activities there on the day of occurrence, a senior policeman said.Sidhu at first denied being present at Singhu verge on January 25 but after the cops provided proof, he confessed that he existed at the farmers’ protest site but slept at an area a bit away from there.The actor-activist claimed that when he got up on January 26, there were two-three missed calls and messages on his mobile phone about people heading to the Red Fort, so he too reached there with his 3 good friends utilizing his mobile phone to navigate.Sidhu and his friends left Singhu border at around 11 am in an automobile and reached the Red Fort at around 1 pm. After violence broke out there, they returned to the border in the exact same automobile, he said.When questioned about his role in the flag raising event at the fort, he denied his involvement and declared that he did not collect or instigate the crowd, the officer said.According to the officer, when asked why he went to the Red Fort when it did not figure in the route authorized by authorities for the tractor parade, Sidhu declared that because everyone was going, he too went there however had no “bad objectives”. While on the run, Sidhu kept changing his areas between Haryana and Punjab, police said, including that the hunt for his three friends is on.Police are now trying to recuperate his cellphone and probing the specific places where he hid while also confirming whatever he revealed throughout the interrogation, the officer said.Police had actually revealed a money reward of Rs 1 lakh for details leading to Sidhu’s arrest.After the January 26 violence, which had actually left over 500 security workers injured and one protester dead, the 36-year-old actor-activist was posting videos on social media.However, Sidhu’s counsel had on Tuesday declared that he had absolutely nothing to do with the violence and was at the incorrect location at the incorrect time.The violence occurred when tens of thousands of farmers broke barriers to storm the national capital on January 26 throughout their tractor parade to highlight their need for reversing the new agri laws.However, their parade dissolved into unmatched scenes of anarchy as they fought with police, reversed cars and provided a nationwide insult hoisting a religious flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort, a benefit booked for India”s tricolour.Thousands of objecting farmers who reached ITO from the Ghazipur border clashed with police.Many of them driving tractors reached the Red Fort and got in the monument, where the religious flag was likewise hoisted. Over 500 authorities personnel were injured and one protestors passed away.

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