Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi was on Wednesday introduced earlier than Chief Judicial Justice of the Peace in Mansa courtroom by Punjab Police in reference to Sidhu Moose Wala homicide case.
Lawrence Bishnoi was taken to Punjab after Delhi’s Patiala Home Court docket on Tuesday allowed Punjab Police to arrest gangster Lawrence Bishnoi in reference to singer Sidhu Moose Wala’s homicide and in addition allowed Punjab Police’s transit utility.
Advocate Vishal Chopra showing for Lawrence Bishnoi opposed the Punjab Police utility and stated that there’s a safety risk. There’s apprehension that Lawrence Bishnoi could also be “eradicated” if transit remand is granted.
Lawrence Bishnoi’s lawyer submitted that we aren’t opposing digital interrogation and investigation. “We’re simply opposing his bodily transit remand to Punjab. Punjab Police can arrest him within the case, if wanted, however in Delhi solely,” he added.
#WATCH | Punjab police deliver gangster Lawrence Bishnoi to Mansa district, Punjab
He might be introduced earlier than Chief Judicial Justice of the Peace in Mansa courtroom in reference to Sidhu Moose Wala homicide case at present. pic.twitter.com/bhO7KGT8sO
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Sidhu Moose Wala was shot lifeless by unidentified assailants in Jawaharke village of Punjab’s Mansa district on Could 29. The incident occurred a day after his safety was withdrawn by the Punjab police amongst 424 others.
Notably, the singer had joined the Congress social gathering final 12 months in December forward of the Meeting elections.
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