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The Chandigarh district court on Tuesday issued bailable warrants against former Punjab Deputy Chief Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal in connection with the Akhand Kirtani batch as the face of a terrorist organization.
The prosecution has filed an application, in which counsel PIP Singh argued that Sukhbir Badal had given his statement to the investigating officer. In this, Sukhbir Badal had registered his address house number 256, Sector-9 Chandigarh.
The lawyer said that Sukhbir Badal is also signed on that statement, so he is well aware of the action and deliberately refraining from appearing in court. The lawyer then appealed to issue a bailable warrant against Sukhbir Badal, which was accepted by the court. Now the next hearing of the case will be on 27 November.
The case is from 2017. On 4 January 2017, Arvind Kejriwal reached his house in Mohali to meet Rajinder Pal Singh. During this he also had a breakfast with her. Sukhbir Badal made a statement in Jalalabad during the Punjab Assembly elections, in which Sukhbir Badal described Akhand Kirtani group as the face of terrorist organization Babbar Khalsa. After this, spokesperson of Akhand Kirtani group Rajinder Singh gave a complaint against Sukhbir Badal in Sector-3 Police Station.
Rajinder Pal Singh said that his batch has a worldwide name, but Badal's statement has tarnished the image of the batch. After this, the police had filed a defamation case against Badal. The allegations were found to be true in the police report after investigation.