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Student assaulted,robbed in Mohali

A students of SD College,Sector 32,Chandigarh,was waylaid on his way home to Mohali,assaulted and robbed of a gold chain on Monday evening.

Written by Express News Service | Mohali |
April 15, 2009 3:43:03 am

A minor collision of vehicles led to the attack

A students of SD College,Sector 32,Chandigarh,was waylaid on his way home to Mohali,assaulted and robbed of a gold chain on Monday evening. Satbeer Singh,in his early 20s,was allegedly attacked with sharp-edged weapons by three youths and a woman in full public view in Phase VIII.

“Satbeer’s Tata Indica car scraped against a Chevrolet Tavera while moving on the road. Following this,the Tavera driver started following Satbeer and finally obstructed his path near the octroi post in Phase VIII. Three unidentified youths and a girl alighted from the Tavera and pulled Satbeer out of his car and thrashed him. The assailants also took away his gold chain,” said investigating officer Assistant Sub-Inspector Paramjeet Singh.

Satbeer was rushed to the Civil Hospital,where he was admitted with multiple injuries.

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A case under Sections 341,323,324,379 and 427 of the IPC has been registered against the unknown assailants.

HOLIDAY DELAYS INVESTIGATION
Though Satbeer has reported the registration number of the Tavera involved in the incident,the Mohali police have been unable to trace the assailants. “As Tuesday was a public holiday,we will be able to get the details on Wednesday only,” explained Assistant Sub-Inspector Paramjeet Singh.

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First published on: 15-04-2009 at 03:43:03 am

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