Second person arrested in relation to Brampton protest
A second person has been charged in relation to a protest that occurred in Brampton in early March.
On Thursday (March 11), 30-year-old Jodhveer Dhaliwal of Caledon was arrested and charged with assault causing bodily harm.
The arrest is related to a protest that occurred in early March in Brampton-the protest was in relation to the Indian government's treatment of farmers.
This is the second arrest as part of this investigation-Jaskaran Singh, a 27-year-old Toronto resident was arrested on March 5.
Additionally, Peel Regional Police (PRP) is working to ensure any protests, rallies, or gatherings that occur in the Region adhere to the current restrictions in place-Peel is currently in the Province's grey - lockdown zone.
"Provincial Offences Notices may be issued to individuals or organizers who do not comply with this order," reads a release from PRP.
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