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Mohali twin murders: Police let off 6 after questioning, get no leads

Police are still groping in the dark even after questioning around 74 persons including six men who were said to be suspects.

Written by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Published: October 26, 2017 3:47:43 am
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In An embarrassment for the District police, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the case could not get any substantial leads in the case from the ‘suspects’ who joined the investigation Tuesday. The two men who were living in Jalvayu Towers in Kharar have also left for their native places. In all, six men who were questioned by the police on Tuesday were released. “We have released all the six men after questioning, though, we will call them if we need to question them again, they co-operated in the investigation,” said DSP (City 1) Alam Vijay Singh.

Police are still groping in the dark even after questioning around 74 persons including six men who were said to be suspects. The police officials are now avoiding to make any comment on their findings. The senior members of the SIT IG Shashi Prabha did not respond to the calls while SSP Kuldeep Singh Chahal said that investigation is going on. When a visit was made at the Jalvayu Towers in Kharar to know about the suspects in the locality and their behaviour, most of the people avoided to speak about the men who were living in the locality.

Meanwhile, a man who claimed to be the family friend of Vicky, one of the suspect in the case, said requesting anonymity that after coming to know that police called Vicky he accompanied him and they cooperated with the police and they will come whenever police will call them. He, however, said that this is not a right time to comment as the investigation is going on. When asked that it could effect the future of their wards, he said right now they do not want to say anything on it.

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