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Tajinder Bagga gets relief from High Court, arrest will not be possible till May 10

BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga got a major relief from the Punjab and Haryana High Court, hours after a non-bailable warrant was issued by a Mohali court .

The High Court, while hearing late on Saturday night, has stayed any coercive action against Bagga till May 10. Justice Anoop Chitkara of the High Court gave this decision while hearing at his home late night.

The next hearing will be on May 10. Bagga was arrested on Friday morning

On the basis of a case registered in Mohali, the Punjab Police had arrested Bagga from his house on Friday morning .

While he was being arrested and taken away, Bagga’s father lodged a kidnapping case against the Punjab Police in Delhi.

After this, the Delhi Police, with the help of Haryana Police, stopped the Punjab Police carrying Bagga near Kurukshetra and brought them back to Delhi.

Mohali court had issued warrant. Earlier in the day on Saturday, a Mohali court had ordered the police to produce Bagga under arrest. The court in its order said that in the interest of justice, it has become necessary to issue a non-bailable warrant against accused Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, who is on the run from arrest.

This warrant was issued against him in connection with the case registered in Mohali on 1 April. He was arrested by the police on Friday in the same case.

After the non-bailable warrant was issued, Bagga had approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court to evade arrest , from where he got relief. Bagga has also petitioned the High Court to quash the FIR against him.

After the hearing, Bagga’s lawyer said that the High Court has given relief to Bagga and ordered not to take any coercive action against him till the next hearing on May 10.

Punjab Advocate General Anmon Rattan Sidhu said, “We are not acting on the arrest warrant till May 10. We have told the court that there is no rush to arrest the accused and we can wait till Tuesday.”

After this decision, his father Preetpal Singh Bagga expressed happiness and said that Tajinder has got relief from the High Court. The Punjab government wants to drag them in one way or the other. This fight is going to be long.

On the other hand, BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa wrote on Twitter, “Once again truth has triumphed over evil.

Bagga has been in politics since the age of 14 and is associated with the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM). He joined the National Executive Committee of BJYM at the age of 23.

In 2017 at the age of 31, he was made the spokesperson of Delhi BJP and became the youngest spokesperson of the party.

Presently he is the National Secretary of BJYM and holds the charge of Uttarakhand.

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