The petition was disposed of by the court on Friday after issuing directions to the Delhi Police to conduct a fair and impartial investigation with respect to Sidhu's alleged role in the case and probe the points raised by him in his application.
Moreover, Sidhu's lawyers go on to say that he was staying at a hotel in Murthal on January 26 and had checked out from there only at noon, by which time protesters had already reached Red Fort.
He said that the CCTV footage from the hotel would prove this in addition to his mobile location records.
However, the prosecution argued that this was an attempt by the accused to guide the Delhi Police's investigation against him, which would amount to trying to divert the police's probe.
However, it also noted that if the evidence pointed out by Sidhu proved to be incorrect and he tried to mislead the probe by fabricating, then appropriate action must be taken against him.
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