Mansa Court Acquits Jathedar Daduwal and 2 Others in 8 Years Old Case
CHANDIGARH, Punjab— A sessions court of Mansa acquitted Jathedar Baljit Singh Daduwal and two other Sikh activists in an eight years old case registered against them under attempt to murder charges. Notably, an FIR was registered against Jathedar Baljit Singh Daduwal on January 2, 2011 on the complaint of Sirsa cult disciples following a verbal clash between the Sirsa cult disciples and the Sikh devotees.
Sharing the development with media, the defense lawyer Advocate Harinderpal Singh Tiwana informed that the court of additional sessions judge Rajiv Kumar Beri has acquitted Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal, Harjinder Singh Bamnara and Randhir Singh Dakha while agreeing with his arguments.
On being approached by the media, Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal said that the police had brutally cane-charged the Sikhs during this incident. “After this incident, a separate case was also registered against 52 persons, which was later quashed,” he added. Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal informed that he couldn’t attend this court hearing, but the Court has delivered justice in this case because they were falsely indicted in this case.