Navjot Sidhu May Face Jail In 1998 Road Rage Case, Top Court To Decide | Read

PUBLISHED ON: September 12, 2018 | Duration: 0 min, 40 sec

   
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Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu is facing the possibility of receiving harsher punishment in a road rage case, in which a man died 20 years ago. The minister was sentenced in the case four months ago, with a nominal fine of Rs. 1,000. But the Supreme Court, which decided there was no evidence to prove that his alleged rash driving led to the death of the man, has now sent him a notice, asking him to show cause on why he should not receive harsher punishment.
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