19032023-ATR-01.qxd 3/18/2023 11:38 PM Page 1 c m y b Amritsar tribune VALLAH ROB WILL HELP RESOLVE TRAFFIC CONGESTION: CM MANN THE WIRE, JOHN WICK FAME LANCE REDDICK NO MORE Actor Lance Reddick, best known for The Wire and John Wick, died from natural causes at the age of 60. P3 GENERALLY CLOUDY MAX 24°C | MIN 14°C YESTERDAY MAX 22°C | MIN 15°C RIYA SKIPPED GRADUATION EXAM TO BECOME ACTRESS Fulfilling the long-pending demand of the residents, CM Mann inaugurated a railway overbridge at Vallah. P2 FORECAST Actress Riya Sharma is currently seen playing the character of princess Tara in Dhruv Tara. P4 » » SUNSET SUNDAY 6.41 PM SUNRISE MONDAY 6:35 AM » SUNDAY | 19 MARCH 2023 | AMRITSAR INBRIEF 3 NABBED WITH ILLEGAL WEAPONS Amritsar: The Beas police arrested Gursewak Singh of Baba Sawan Singh Nagar, Prabhdeep Singh of Seva Miani village and Gurminder Singh of Jalluwal village and recovered two country-made weapons from their possession. The police said a team intercepted the suspects and during search, it confiscated weapons and bullets from them. A case under Sections 25, 54 and 59 of the Arms Act has been registered. TNS PEDDLERS HELD, DRUGS SEIZED Amritsar:The Ajnala police have arrested Sagar and Joban Singh of Jafarkot village and Gurjant Singh of Nangli Naushehra village for allegedly possessing 35-gm heroin. They were travelling on a bike near a government school in Chak Aul village. A case has been registered. TNS COURIER BOY LOSES ~ 15K TO ROBBERS Amritsar: Six unidentified bikeborne armed persons robbed a courier boy of Rs 15,000, a mobile phone and around 26 parcels, near Gaddaryada village here on Friday. Victim Gagandeep Singh said the suspects took the items from him at gunpoint. A case has been registered . TNS Police, paramilitary forces conduct flag march Tribune News Service Amritsar, March 18 In order to nail criminal and unscrupulous elements, the police along with CRPF jawans would be holding nakas (check-points) in different parts of the city. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law & Order) Parminder Singh Bhandal said the police had identified around 100 points inside and on the outskirts of the city where these special nakas would be set up. CRPF jawans would be accompanying cops for checking at these points. He said every suspicious vehicle entering the city would be checked. Those who were found flouting traffic norms would be taken DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL AMRITSAR JUNIOR WING RESIDENTS URGED TO COOPERATE Paramilitary forces and the Punjab Police take out a flag march in Amritsar on Saturday. TRIBUNE PHOTOS to task. “Those who have fixed black films on vehicle’s windowpanes, vehicles having number plates of different designs against the norms of the Motor Vehicles Act, fixed hooters and keeping dangerous and deadly weapons in vehicles would be dealt with strictly. He said action would be taken against two-wheeler drivers indulging in tripling riding and not wearing helmets. The DCP urged the people to get their documents completed and abide by the traffic rules strictly. He asked As the city is hosting L-20 meet, foreign delegates would visit Darbar Sahib, Jallianwala Bagh, Partition museum and the Durgiana temple tomorrow evening. The DCP said the route would be closed to normal traffic for some time. He urged the local residents to cooperate so that commuters did not face any traffic jam them to ensure that their children carried all documents while driving. They should not use hooters and avoid carrying deadly weapons in their vehicles. 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Besides Ramandeep, the police have booked Yudhbir Singh of Ranike, Simranjit Singh of Gilwali, Rohit Arora and his brother Jatin Arora of Gilwali Gate, Sandeep Singh of Dhun village in Khalra, Jaikaranjit Singh of Gharinda and Gur- winder Singh of Natha Singh Chuggian in Tarn Taran, who allegedly used to harass him. Jail superintendent Surinder Singh said the incident occurred a few days ago. He said a mobile phone was also recovered from his possession. He said his psychiatric analysis would be carried out and a probe was on to ascertain the reason behind the incident. He denied of any quarrel in the jail complex. ASI Dilraj Singh, investigating c m y b officer in the case, however said as per a complaint by the jail authorities, the inmate was disturbed after a quarrel with fellow prisoners who were harassing him. He said he would be brought on production warrant for further interrogation. The police have registered a case under against them. Meanwhile, the police also found two unclaimed mobile phones from the jail complex. — TNS Our Correspondent Tarn Taran, March 18 Balwinder Kaur (70), a resident of Kacha Pakka village here, was injured after being attacked by her grandson and daughter-in-law (son’s wife) and their other supporters on Thursday. Being in a serious condition, Balwinder Kaur was admitted to a private hospital in Amritsar. A property dispute was stated to be the reason behind the incident. On the complaint of Mukhwinder Singh, husband of the victim, the Kacha Pakka police booked the victim’s grandson Karanpal Singh and daughter-in-law Kulwant Kaur, both residents of Kacha Pakka village, Sukhwinder Kaur (Kulwant Kaur’s mother), a resident of Dialpur, and five of their unidentified relatives. Mukhwinder Singh said the accused trespassed on his residence and attacked Balwinder Kaur with sharp-edged weapons. Balwinder Kaur suffered injuries on her stomach and other sensitive parts. Sub-Inspector Balbir Singh said the accused had been booked under Sections 307, 452, 148 and 149 of the IPC on Friday. None of the accused had been arrested as yet, said the police.
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