The march took a violent turn as thousands of protesters broke through barriers, fought with the police, overturned vehicles and hoisted a religious flag from the ramparts of the iconic Red Fort.
Sidhu and several other accused appeared before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Gajender Singh Nagar through video conferencing.
Court granted bail to Boota Singh, who allegedly played an active role in the farmers' agitation, after hearing the contentions of both the prosecution and the accused's counsel.
The police said that Jugraj Singh was the key executor of the well-orchestrated conspiracy hatched to convert Red Fort into a protest site.
Delhi Police told Metropolitan Magistrate Shivli Talwar that the accused will be taken to Tarn Taran, about 500 km from Delhi, for investigation during the remand period.
Gurjot Singh, 23, who was evading arrest for five months, was arrested on Sunday near Gurudwara Shri Toot Sahib in Amritsar by the Special Cell of Delhi Police following a tip-off.
Sidhu was arrested in the first case on February 9 in connection with the Red Fort farmers’ protest violence on the Republic Day this year.
A Delhi court on Thursday allowed Delhi police plea to obtain the voice sample of actor-activist Deep Sidhu, accused in connection with the Red Fort violence on the Republic Day.
Deep Sidhu was arrested on February 9 in connection with the violence during farmers’ tractor parade against the Centre’s three new farm laws.
There have been subsequent debates as to how those people could reach that particular point in the Red Fort that is not easily accessible, the former Vice-President said.
The society appealed to the UP and MP governments to revisit their decisions so that the rights of the press are not curtailed, and the media can continue to perform its work fearlessly.