A Mohali court on Wednesday sentenced former Punjab cabinet minister Sucha Singh Langah to three years of imprisonment and also imposed a fine of Rs 1.1 crore on him in a thirteen year old disproportionate assets case.
Additional Sessions Judge also convicted and sentenced Langah’s accomplice Amrik Singh Mohali, another SAD leader, in the same case. Mohali was sentenced to three years of imprisonment. Several other persons were acquitted in the case.
Langah, a former agriculture minister was booked and arrested by the vigilance bureau in 2002 during the then Congress rule in the state.