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 court also said that no active role as instigator or attacker on the police personnel has been assigned to the arrested person.
Swaroop Nagar resident Jaspreet Singh was identified from videos
With this, the total number of arrests made in connection with the case of violence at the Red Fort on Republic Day stands at 14, police said.
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.
Addressing a rally in Mehraj, Sidhana told the people to gherao the Delhi Police personnel who attempted to arrest the youths.
Jammu resident Mohinder Singh was a key conspirator in violence, claims Delhi Police
The Delhi Police informed that they were apprehended with the active support of the Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Jaspreet Singh, a resident of Swaroop Nagar in northwest Delhi, was arrested by a Crime Branch team on Saturday.
Police said they are scanning the videos and releasing the pictures of people from them.
Earlier, police had released 200 photographs of people in connection with the Red Fort violence.
Thousands of protesters had clashed with the police during the tractor parade called by farmer unions on January 26 to highlight their demand for repeal of the Centre's three farm laws.
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.