Punjab Police arrested Tajinder Bagga, then Delhi Police registered a case of kidnapping!

Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Bagga has been arrested for allegedly threatening Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party supremo Arvind Kejriwal. This arrest has been made by the team of Cyber ​​Cell of Punjab Police. The case has been registered on the basis of statement of Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson Sunny Ahluwalia at Mohali’s Cyber ​​Police Station. On the other hand, news agency ANI has reported that after the arrest of Bagga by Punjab Police, Delhi Police has registered a case of kidnapping of Bagga.

According to media reports, Bagga was given a notice by the Punjab Police to join the investigation but he did not do so. Bagga is accused of making controversial remarks on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in relation to the film Kashmir Files.

According to reports, the convoy of Punjab Police reached Bagga’s house in Delhi. After initial conversation there, Bagga was caught and taken to the police and his mobile was also confiscated. Aam Aadmi Party leader Naresh Balya shared the information about Bagga’s arrest on social media.

On the other hand, Pritpal Singh, father of Tajinder Bagga, has told the media that his son was dragged away by the police personnel. When he tried to make the video, I was also thrashed. He alleged that his son was being forcibly implicated.

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