The crackdown came after Deputy Commissioner (DC) Gurpreet Kaur Sapra had ordered to close down the illegal immigration firms.
Mohali SSP Kuldeep Singh Chahal said a passer-by spotted the body on Wednesday morning and informed the Derabassi police following which the body was recovered. The police also flashed a wireless message about missing persons to the Haryana and Chandigarh police.
The accused Harish committed the double murder in the morning when Vinod left for his Government High School at Budde Khaira followed by his two children, including college-going daughter Nidhi Sharma and son Ashish Sharma, an employee with a private bank in Ambala.
The girl was later discharged after the treatment and the child was declared dead by doctors. The Sector 31 Station House Officer, Inspector Gurjeet Kaur, said that girl’s mother lodged a complaint that her daughter was raped.
The mobile phone of the deceased, Jeevanjot Singh, is still missing. “Phone holds several vital clues including numbers of persons he was in touch with during his last hours. They were probably drug peddlers who might have supplied drugs to him,” police said.
Khosla said he has registered a written police complaint and also submitted a CD as a “proof” of the threats he received.
After the “first-hand” experience” of the rampant use of mobile phones in Punjab prisons, Jails Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa Wednesday kick-started a state-wide inspection with a surprise visit to the Central Jail in Patiala.
Dalit organisations, which had gathered in large number at Chak Hakim area to hold a protest march on G T Road, were not allowed to to do so as Section 144 CrPC had been enforced in Phagwara.
Manminder alias Mindhi Gandhi, 40, a former sarpanch of the village Rasoolra, was shot by one of the two men who came to meet him while he was working in the fields outside his residence in August 201.
The SIT in the chargesheet have mentioned that during the investigaton it was learned that Sushila had sold a plot at Pinjore, Himachal Pradesh, for Rs 18.5 lakh on July 12, 2017, to buy the HCS (judicial) exam question paper from Sunita.
As part of a campaign to save youth from moving towards illegal activities, Punjab Director General of Police Suresh Arora has directed all district SSPs to meet singers living in their areas and appeal about avoiding singing objectionable lyrics.
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It was a protest against moral policing – allegedly involving the Jaitu SHO Gurmeet Singh – that forced the deceased to Patiala University’s regional center.
Seven persons, including five kids, had died, while 25 were injured in the blast.