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SUNRISE SUNDAY 6:40 AM SATURDAY | 29 OCTOBER 2022 | LUDHIANA Bihar man hacks wife to death NRI couple alleges illegal Accused wanted in murder bid case arrested Victim was staying at her parents’ house after dispute with spouse Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 28 The Ludhiana police today arrested a man wanted in an attempt-to-murder case by the Khanna police. A stolen motorcycle was also seized from his possession. The suspect has been identified as Pawandeep Singh of Jawahar Nagar camp. DCP (Crime) Varinder Singh Brar, ADCP (Crime) Rupinder Sran and inspector (Crime Branch) Rajesh Sharma issued a statement in this regard. Brar said a tip-off was received by the police that the suspect, who was facing seven cases of loot, theft, etc, was roaming in the area on a stolen motorcycle. Accordingly, the police party laid a naka near the ESI hospital where he was arrested along with the stolen motorcycle. The ADCP said during the preliminary questioning of the suspect, it came to fore that he had also been booked by the Khanna police in an attempt to murder, criminal conspiracy and violation of Arms Act case in July and was running at large in the case. Now, the Khanna police station was informed about his arrest. Ludhiana, October 28 A Bihar-based man today stabbed his wife to death at Janta Nagar. The woman had been staying at her parents’ house after a dispute with her husband. The deceased has been identified as Santosh. The suspect, identified as Nityayi Kumar, fled the spot after the incident. The SHO, Shimlapuri police station, inspector Parmod Kumar, reached the spot after getting information and started a probe. The SHO said the PHOTO: ASHWANI DHIMAN Tribune News Service Kin of the deceased at the crime scene in Ludhiana on Friday. police had already launched a search operation to catch the suspect. The exact cause behind the crime would be known after his arrest. Trial for processing legacy waste successful, says official Claims work will be carried out in full swing in a few days Tribune News Service legacy waste was to be done at the dumpsite. A total of around 30 lakh metric tonnes of legacy waste had accumulated at the main garbage dumpsite. The civic body has also planned to process the remaining 25 lakh metric continued on page 2 9 mobiles seized Ludhiana, October 28 A surprise checking conducted at the Central Jail led to the seizure of nine mobile phones from jail inmates in separate incidents. On October 24, five mobile phones were seized from jail inmates Babanpreet, Gurcharan, Rishavpreet, Satnam Singh and Aman Kumar. On October 27, four mobile phones were seized from four jail inmates. Cases have been registered under the Prisons Act in both incidents. — TNS possession of land by cop Meets CP, probe marked; plaint filed with CM, DGP recently Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 28 An NRI couple, Shilpa Sharma and Arun Sharma, from Australia today visited the office of the Commissioner of Police (CP) where they alleged that no action was being taken by the city police in a land grabbing case against DSP Randhir Singh. The couple alleged that a portion of their plot located in Dugri was illegally occupied by the police officer and he had also made rooms which the suspect had given on rent to some tenants. Shilpa said she had recently submitted a complaint in this regard to the DGP and the CM office from where an inquiry was marked to the Ludhiana police. “The police had also conducted an inquiry but no police official visited the spot to verify the ownership of the land. No action has been taken against the official by the police yet. Today, we met CP Kaustubh Sharma who assured that he would get the matter re-verified from some senior officer and justice would be delivered in the case as per law,” she said. The NRI couple outside the CP's office in Ludhiana. TRIBUNE PHOTO MY INVOLVEMENT NOT FOUND IN PROBE: DSP DSP Randhir Singh said: “Over four inquiries by different authorities have already been conducted and no one has found my involvement in the matter.” Shilpa said so far, the policeman had occupied about 90 sq yards of their over 1,400square yard plot and they fear that he could also illegally occupy the other part of the land by using his influence. “We don’t even visit our land as he may entangle us in some fake criminal case,” the NRI woman said. The NRI couple was also accompanied by Arun’s father, who is a city- based realtor. He created a drama at the CP’s office, alleging that the police were dilly dallying action in the case as the allegations were against a DSP . “If the police fail to conduct a proper probe into the case, we will file a petition in court to seek justice,” the couple said. Meanwhile, DSP Randhir Singh told mediapersons that “over four inquiries by different authorities have already been conducted and no one has found my involvement in the matter. The couple has an issue with Manjit Singh, a property dealer, and the duo are unnecessarily dragging me in the case and trying to malign my image. I am totally clean in the case.” *T&C Apply Oﬀer valid on selected items & till stocks last Ludhiana, October 28 A trial for processing legacy waste with machines at the Municipal Corporation’s main garbage dumpsite remained successful, an official of the MC’s health branch said. The official said the machines were running in a right manner during the trial a few days ago. He said the work would be carried out in a full swing in a few days. Under the Smart City Mission project, bioremediation of 5 lakh metric tonnes of The police said the deceased, along with her husband, was staying in Bihar but due to some dispute with her husband, she had recently shifted to her parents’ house in Ludhiana. Early this morning, the suspect entered his in-laws’ house on the pretext of meeting his wife. When he saw her, he repeatedly stabbed her to death. The police suspect that after the incident, the suspect might have boarded a train to Bihar. The city police had alerted the GRP to catch the suspect. App DOWNLOAD KIYA KYA ? Powered by SHOP & WIN SHOP FOR `10,000 & GET GIFT VOUCHERS WORTH `500* SHOP FOR `30,000 & GET AN ASSURED GIFT HAMPER* SHOP FOR `50,000 & GET AN ASSURED GIFT HAMPER* NEXUS ELANTE MALL, INDUSTRIAL & BUSINESS PARK PHASE - 1, CHANDIGARH - 160002 c m y b 0172 - 5005000 MEDIA PARTNER NEXUS_ELANTE
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