1988 Case: Navjot Singh Sidhu Approaches Supreme Court seeks more time to surrender on medical ground

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The former cricketer and ex-Punjab Congress chief Friday approaches Supreme Court to seek more time to surrender on medical grounds.  A day after the Apex Court enhanced Navjot Singh Sidhu’s punishment in a road rage case of 1988 to one-year imprisonment,

Navjot Sidhu approached the court through senior advocate A M Singhvi, saying he had medical issues to settle. The top court asked Sidhu to file a formal application for the same and mention the matter before the Chief Justice. “File a formal application and we will see,” the court said.

The Supreme Court, which had led off Sidhu with a fine of Rs 1,000 over the death of a 65-year-old man in a road rage case, directed him Thursday to undergo one-year rigorous imprisonment in addition to the fine imposed.

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