After getting out of jail, Bagga said: Punjab Police neither allowed me to wear patka nor slippers, said this about CM Kejriwal


BJP leader Tajinderpal Singh Bagga was released late on Friday night after police of three states and high voltage drama lasted for seven hours. Now after being released, his statement has come out in which he has told how the police took him from his house and did not even give him a chance to wear the patka.


While talking to news agency ANI, Bagga said, ‘I was neither given a chance to wear a patka, nor a chance to wear slippers and threw me inside the police jeep. This kidnapping was done illegally by the Punjab Police. The local police was also not informed about this. It is definitely an attempt to send a message that the one who speaks against Arvind Kejriwal is the biggest terrorist of the country and we will not leave him.

Punjab, Haryana, Delhi Police face to face in Kurukshetra

The Punjab Police, who was taking BJP Delhi unit spokesperson Tajinder Singh Bagga to Mohali after arresting them, was stopped by the Haryana Police in Kurukshetra itself. Haryana Police chased Punjab Police and stopped near Khanpur Kolian on National Highway. This incident triggered a high voltage drama, which continued till late in the evening.

Actually, this whole matter started with the arrest of Tajinderpal Singh Bagga in Delhi on Friday. Bagga is alleged to have targeted Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal by tweeting about the film ‘Kashmir Files’. In this context, an FIR was registered against him in Mohali, Punjab.

In this case, the Punjab Police arrested Bagga from his Delhi residence in the morning and left for Mohali. The Punjab Police claimed that Bagga had been issued notices to appear five times but when there was no response to the notices, he had to be arrested.

As soon as the convoy of Punjab Police left for Mohali from Delhi, on receiving information, CIA-Two of Kurukshetra stopped the convoy of Punjab Police on the National Highway midway. On receiving information about the matter, Superintendent of Police Dr. Anshu Singla, Karnal Superintendent of Police Gangaram Poonia and Ambala Superintendent of Police Jashdeep Singh Randhawa also reached the spot and sought information from Punjab Police regarding the arrest of Bagga.

Bagga’s supporters raised slogans

On this, Mohali Superintendent of Police Manpreet Singh asked the Haryana Police the reason for stopping his convoy, but the Haryana Police did not allow the Punjab Police to proceed due to the arrest of Bagga, but after two and a half hours, the Haryana Police handed over Bagga to the Punjab Police. In his car, the police station reached the Sadar Thanesar. During this, Bagga’s supporters started gathering outside the police station and creating a ruckus, started shouting slogans against Punjab Police and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.

From Thanesar police station, Haryana Police informed Delhi Police to take Bagga in their custody, after which DCP of Delhi Outer Sameer Sharma reached the police station with police force. After 10 minutes, DCP Prashant Gautam of Delhi West along with other officials also reached the spot.

Tajinder Singh Bagga was handed over to Delhi Police after a half-hour consultation between Haryana, Delhi and Punjab Police at the police station. After that the officers of Delhi Police left for Delhi with Bagga. On behalf of Haryana, Kurukshetra CI-II in-charge Prateek Kumar was sent along with the Delhi Police team. At the same time, the supporters of Bagga also followed the Delhi Police. He said that he would return only after taking Tajinder Singh Bagga safely to Delhi.

Punjab Police stopped in police station

Haryana Police detained the Punjab Police officer and his team at the police station. Punjab’s ADGP Sarat Chauhan also reached Thanesar Sadar police station regarding this matter. On the other hand, Mohali Superintendent of Police Manpreet Singh said about Bagga’s arrest that five notices were given to Bagga before his arrest. After that he was arrested legally. Haryana Police stopped him, for that the Haryana Police is in talks.