Red Fort incident-Delhi police released latest list of persons arrested by them
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
Delhi police released the list of 122 persons, who were arrested by them, after the Red Fort fiasco.
It is learnt that the Delhi Police has arrested many persons, hailing from UP, Haryana and Punjab, and registered 38 FIRs in connection with the violence, after the Republic Day incident.
Yesterday, Punjab chief minister Capt. Amarinder Singh has announced that 70 are in Delhi jails, while 14 of the remaining 19 missing had been located,
Amid growing concerns over more than 100 persons from Punjab reportedly missing in Delhi-Haryana region since the Republic Day Tractor Rally, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday announced Helpline number 112 to report all such instances, even as 70 lawyers were appointed by the state AG on his directives to provide free legal aid to farmers facing cases in the national capital.
Assuring of all possible help by his government in trace the missing persons, the Chief Minister said his cabinet colleagues had met the Union Home Minister on the issue and he would personally take up the cases of such missing persons/farmers with the Ministry of Home Affairs.
“Our hearts are with those fighting for their rights at the Delhi borders,” had said the Chief Minister, appealing to the people of Punjab to immediately dial 112 to report any case of a person missing during the Tractor Rally, even if no cases had been filed with respect of such persons so far.
“We will do everything possible to locate those who are missing. We are trying to get details and will ensure that they return to their homes,” said the Chief Minister.
It is learnt that the Delhi Police has arrested persons, hailing from UP, Haryana and Punjab, and registered number of FIRs in connection with the violence.
The Chief Minister’s directives and appeal followed Sunday’s statement by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, claiming that more than 100 persons were missing since the Tractor Parade Day violence in Delhi on Republic Day.