Deep Sidhu's accident case: Haryana Police nab the accused truck driver | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood - Times of India

Actor turned activist Deep Sidhu, who grabbed attention during the farmers' protest in the country, recently died in a road accident after his car rammed into a truck on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway. After his demise, his brother had filed an FIR against the truck driver. Now, according to reports, the accused truck driver has been arrested by the Haryana police. Identified as Qasim Khan, a resident of Singar village, he was reportedly transporting coal from Ahmedabad to Muzaffarnagar when the accident took place. He will now be presented to the court soon. Meanwhile, in a conversation with a news portal, SHO of Kharkhoda, Jaspal Singh, has informed that after grilling the truck driver, he has confessed and admitted that his negligence led to the accident. The accused has reportedly mentioned that the truck was moving and he hit the brake due to negligence, following which Deep’s car rammed into the vehicle’s rear. Earlier, the Haryana Police had registered a case against the truck driver for alleged rash and negligent driving based on the complaint filed by Deep's brother. Deep passed away on February 15 after his car rammed into a stationary trailer at the KMP expressway around 9:30 pm. He was travelling from Delhi to Punjab when the tragic incident occurred in Kharkhoda, around 25 km from the Singhu border, the epicenter of last year's farmers' protest against farm laws. After the accident, several pictures of the actor’s white SUV car from the accident site went viral on the internet. Late Deep Sidhu was a popular Punjabi actor. He was also accused of being the key conspirator of the Red Fort violence on Republic Day last year. Post which, he even got arrested and was in jail for more than two months before being released on bail. He got cremated at Threeke village in Ludhiana on Wednesday.

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