Deep Sidhu's counsel told the court that mere presence did not make him part of unlawful assembly and that he was an honest citizen who was part of a protest.
Deep Sidhu was arrested on February 9 in connection with the violence during farmers’ tractor parade against the Centre’s three new farm laws.
The Investigation Officer from the Delhi Police Crime Branch apprised the court that seven co-accused persons have been granted bail by Additional Session Judge Charu Aggarwal.
The court added however that appropriate action may be taken and relevant sections added to the charges if Sidhu was trying to mislead the investigation by fabricating false evidence.
Sidhu sought direction from the Court to preserve the CCTV footage, call and made part of the record so that it would help him to prove his innocence.
The court had first sent Sidhu to police custody on February 9 for seven days, after the police alleged he was one of the main instigators of the violent incidents at the Red Fort.
Police sought extension of Sidhu's custodial interrogation, saying it was required for further investigation and to identify other accused persons in the case.
Before Red Fort, the investigating team took Sidhu and Singh to the routes that they took to enter the national capital and reach the Red Fort.
The Delhi Police's Crime Branch questioned Deep Sidhu about his whereabouts and acts at the Red Fort on January 26.
Delhi Police Special-Cell team after arresting Sidhu on Tuesday produced him before a Delhi court seeking 10-day police custody but Court has sent him to 7-day police custody.
Many of them driving tractors reached the Red Fort and entered the monument, where the religious flag was hoisted.
Several farmers driving tractors reached the Red Fort and entered the monument, where a religious flag was also hoisted.
The names of Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu and gangster Lakka Sadana were included in the FIR registered in connection with the violence at Red Fort on January 26.
Cash reward of Rs 50,000 was also announced for Buta Singh, Sukhdev Singh and two others.
Personnel of the Delhi Police, along with those of the paramilitary forces, have been deployed at the borders.