NIA summons farmer chief Baldev Singh Sirsa, Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu in Sikhs for Justice case

Popular farmer chief Baldev Singh Sirsa and Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu have been summoned by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for questioning in a case associated to Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).

It is learnt that apart from Sirsa and Sidhu, 38 others have been summoned by NIA for examination as witnesses in a case associated to Sikhs for Justice. The NIA has issued the summons to those people underneath Section 160 of Code of Criminal Procedure.

The NIA has summoned Sidhu on Sunday and has requested him to seem earlier than it at its headquarters in New Delhi.

“Whereas it appears that you (Deep Sidhu) are acquainted with the facts and circumstances of the case noted below, which I am investigating… you are hereby required to appear before me on January 17 at 10:00 am at National Investigation Agency, Opposite CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi for the purpose of answering certain question relating to the case,” Dhiraj Kumar, Inspector of Police mentioned in a letter.

The letter was shared on social media platform Facebook by Sidhu.

Meanwhile, Sirsa has slammed the NIA’s transfer and mentioned that it’s a ploy to interrupt the continued farmers’ protest towards three new farm legal guidelines. It is to be famous that hundreds of farmers are protesting at Delhi borders demanding that the Centre ought to repeal the regulation. Sirsa additionally mentioned that he will not have the ability to seem earlier than the NIA until February 7. The NIA has additionally summoned him to seem for questioning on January 17.

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