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Will submit to majesty of law, says Navjot Singh Sidhu on one-year jail term

Navjot Singh Sidhu, Congress, Chandigarh, Punjab Congress, Former Punjab Congress Chief

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Chandigarh , 19 May 2022

With the Supreme Court imposing a one-year rigorous imprisonment in a 1988 road rage case, former Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on Thursday said he "will submit to the majesty of law". "Will submit to the majesty of law...," Sidhu said in a tweet. The judgment came when Sidhu, riding on an elephant, was staging a protest, along with party workers, against price rise in his hometown Patiala where the incident of road rage was reported in 1988. The apex court, which reserved the judgment in March, overturned its 2018 judgment, which had reduced the punishment for Sidhu in the case, after a review petition was filed by the family of Gurnam Singh, who had died in the incident. 

On December 27, 1988, the cricketer-turned-politician and one of his friends, Rupinder Singh Sandhu, had on December 27, 1988, hit Gurnam Singh, 65, on his head near the Sheranwala Gate crossing in Patiala. Police said Sidhu fled from the scene after committing the crime. Gurnam Singh was taken to a hospital where he was declared dead. Sidhu said Gurnam Singh died of a cardiac arrest and not because he was punched in the head. Sidhu was acquitted of the murder charges by a trial court in September 1999. However, the Punjab High Court reversed the verdict and held Sidhu and his co-accused guilty of culpable homicide not amounting to murder in December 2006. 

It sentenced them to three years in jail and imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh each. Both Sidhu and Sandhu filed an appeal in the Supreme Court, which stayed their conviction in 2007. In 2018, the Supreme Court acquitted him of culpable homicide and convicted him of causing hurt in a road rage case in which one person died. In February 2022, the apex court agreed to hear a plea seeking review of its May 15, 2018 verdict, where it let off Sidhu with a mere Rs 1,000 fine.

 

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