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Jat Quota Fight : Arrest Warrant Against Virender Singh

A Rohtak court issued arrest warrants against Professor Virender Singh, political adviser to former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, in a sedition case registered against him for allegedly instigating the Jats during the agitation for quota in Haryana. The court issued the warrants on the request forwarded by the special investigation team (SIT) of Rohtak police that claimed that Prof Virender and co-accused Captain Maan Singh had gone into hiding. Accepting the police request, the Rohtak chief judicial magistrate Ashwani Mehta issued the warrants. The development came a day after Prof Virender, through his defence counsel, on Sunday sought a week’s time from the police to join the investigations. In a request sent to the SIT, his lawyer has informed police that Virender was out of station so he should be given seven days to join the probe.

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A Rohtak court issued arrest warrants against Professor Virender Singh, political adviser to former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, in a sedition case registered against him for allegedly instigating the Jats during the agitation for quota in Haryana. The court issued the warrants on the request forwarded by the special investigation team (SIT) of Rohtak police that claimed that Prof Virender and co-accused Captain Maan Singh had gone into hiding. Accepting the police request, the Rohtak chief judicial magistrate Ashwani Mehta issued the warrants. The development came a day after Prof Virender, through his defence counsel, on Sunday sought a week’s time from the police to join the investigations. In a request sent to the SIT, his lawyer has informed police that Virender was out of station so he should be given seven days to join the probe.

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