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Ex-Youth Cong chief sustains bullet injury in Ludhiana

A HEATED argument at his in-laws’ residence left a former district Youth Congress president with a bullet injury in Ludhiana on Monday.

Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana |
Updated: April 17, 2014 2:19:53 pm

A HEATED argument at his in-laws’ residence left a former district Youth Congress president with a bullet injury in Ludhiana on Monday.

Police,however,indicated that the former Youth Congress leader Dimple Rana had probably shot himself but it is yet to be conclusively established.

With a bullet injury in his abdomen,Rana was taken to the Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) in Ludhiana,where doctors said his condition is stable.

Sources said Rana went to his in-laws’ home at Vikas Nagar in Pakhowal road,where his wife has been living for the past few months after filing a complaint against her husband.

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While police are still waiting to record the former Congress leader’s statement,his father-in-law,Labh Singh,told police that after an argument,Rana went outside and shot himself in the abdomen.

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADCP) Joginder Singh said: “Rana and his in-laws had a heated argument. While his father-in-law has told us that he shot himself,we are still waiting for his statement.”

Police are awaiting doctors’ nod to record the former Youth Congress leader’s statement but have recovered a revolver from the spot.

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First published on: 26-02-2013 at 06:12:59 am
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