Arrest warrant issued against Tikait in a 17-year-old case
Muzaffarnagar: A local court Thursday issued non-bailable warrants against Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) President Mahendra Singh Tikait and its Secretary Harpal Singh
after they failed to appear in the court in connection with an 17-year-old case for disrupting railway traffic.
The Bareilly railway station police filed the case against the BKU leaders in 1992 under Railway Act for disrupting rail-traffic during an agitation, the prosecution
told the Bareily court.
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