Sidhu was murdered inadvertently, was released after paying a fine of 1000 rupees, now the pages will open again after 34 years

New Delhi: Today is a very important day for Congress leader and former Indian cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu. The Supreme Court is going to deliver its verdict on May 20 in the 34-year-old road rage case. While hearing the review petition, the Supreme Court of the country will decide whether to increase his sentence or not. It has been said in this petition that it has been said in the petition that the sentence of Sidhu should not be reduced. The Punjab Haryana High Court had sentenced Sidhu to three years’ imprisonment for culpable homicide not amounting to homicide, whereas the Supreme Court acquitted him of culpable homicide, however imposed a fine of Rs 1,000 for causing hurt.

The incident happened in December 1988.
On 27 December 1988, this dispute took place in Patiala. When Sidhu had parked the gypsy on the beach. When the victim and two others were on their way to withdraw money from the bank, they saw a gypsy on the road and asked them to remove it. That’s what started the debate. The police alleged that during this time Sidhu assaulted the victim and fled from the spot. The victim was declared brought dead on being taken to the hospital.

was sentenced to 3 years

Navjot Singh Sidhu was acquitted by the trial court in September 1999, but the High Court in December 2006 convicted Sidhu and another in the culpable homicide not amounting to murder case and sentenced him to three years’ imprisonment, both of which were held by the Supreme Court. was challenged in the court, after which the High Court had convicted Sidhu in the assault case and imposed a fine of thousand rupees. In this case, a review petition has now been filed on behalf of the victim in the Supreme Court.

It was accepted in the show to kill

It was the initial year of Navjot Singh Sidhu’s cricket career. He was only 25 years old at the time of the accident. The batsman, who made his Test debut in 1983, took four more years to play the first ODI. In 1987, he made his debut against Australia in Chennai and then the next year this scandal happened. Due to this matter, objection was also registered for contesting the elections. He was later allowed by the Supreme Court. The relatives of the deceased Gurnam Singh had filed a CD in the Supreme Court in 2010 admitting that Sidhu had killed Gurnam in a channel show.