The court also asked the Delhi Police to allow the family to view the CCTV footage of the spot where the incident took place.
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 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
The board shall be constituted by the Secretary of Health Department of Delhi government, the high court said and posted the matter for further hearing on April 14.
Republic Day violence: Court asks Delhi health secretary to constitute panel to examine X-ray report of dead farmer
The board shall be constituted by the secretary of the health department of the Delhi government, the HC said and posted the matter for further hearing on April 14.
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.
Additional Sessions Judge Samar Vishal granted bail to Sumit on Thursday on furnishing a bail bond of Rs 25,000 with one surety of like amount in the case of violence in Nangloi area.
The SKM's legal panel also denounced the alleged repressive measures and violation of human rights by the Centre and the Delhi Police to foil the "peaceful" agitation of farmers at the borders of Delh
The court said the ground of bail calls for balancing the paramount right of the individual, that is right to liberty, on one hand, and right of the investigating agency to investigate.
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.
Republic Day violence: Media house denies in Delhi HC any offensive reporting against Sikh community
In an affidavit filed in the high court, it has claimed that 'not even a single assertion was made in relation to the Sikh community'.