03062023-JTR-01.qxd 6/2/2023 11:40 PM Page 1 c m y b Jalandhar tribune » NEW PHAGWARA WARD MAP NOT OUT, BJP MIFFED P2 » KANYE SUED FOR ASSAULT AFTER ROW WITH PAPARAZZI P3 FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR SKY MAX 33°C | MIN 21°C YESTERDAY MAX 29°C | MIN 20°C SUNSET SATURDAY 7:21 PM SUNRISE SUNDAY 5:18 AM » DRAMA JEE KARDA TO DROP ON OTT ON JUNE 15 P4 SATURDAY | 3 JUNE 2023 | JALANDHAR Days after delivery, 12-yr-old girl runs away from hospital Ashok Kaura Phagwara, June 2 A 12-year-old migrant girl, who gave birth to a male child in Phagwara, on May 26 and was later admitted in Bibi Nanki Mother and Child Hospital, Amritsar, today escaped from the hospital, leaving the seriously ailing child behind. Her father Bhagwat, a Bihar resident and attendant of his daughter in Amritsar, also ran INBRIEF SEVEN BOOKED ON ASSAULT CHARGE Phagwara: The Lohian Khas police have booked seven persons on the charge of assaulting a villager. Investigating Officer Govindar Singh said the accused have been identified as Manohar Singh, his sons Robin Singh, Harmesh Singh and Surjit Singh, Bittu and Bindar, all residents of Mand Indar Pur village in Kapurthala and Akashdeep Singh, a resident of Ferozepur. Kirpal Singh, a resident of Dare Wal village, complained to the police that the accused barged into his house on May 30 and assaulted him and his family. The IO said a case under Section 323, 324, 452, 506, 148 and 149 of the Indian Penal Code has been registered against the accused. OC PO ARRESTED FOR MOTOR THEFT Phagwara: The Mehatpur police have arrested a proclaimed offender (PO) on the charge of stealing parts of a farmer’s motor. Investigating Officer (IO) Janak Raj said the accused had been identified as Sandip Singh alias Sonu, son of Gurdev Singh, a resident of Rai Pur Arain village. Bakhshish Singh, a resident of Chhohle village, complained to the police that the accused and his accomplice stole parts from his motor. The IO said a case under Section 379 of the IPC had been registered against the accused and his accomplice Amarjit Singh alias Laadi, son of Surjit Singh, a resident of Rai Pur village. 10 kg of wire and two motorcycles without registration numbers were recovered from the arrested accused who has been declared a PO by a court in a case of theft in 2021. OC LEAVES BEHIND BABY IN CRITICAL CONDITION; AMRITSAR & JALANDHAR COPS LAUNCH PROBE away from the hospital. Child specialist Dr Naresh Kundra said it was a premature delivery. The child weighed only 900 gm and was serious. Both mother and child were shifted to Amritsar. Phagwara SP Gurpreet Singh had appointed Sadar SHO Usha Rani as investi- gating officer who met the minor in the hospital. The IO said the girl told the police that she was living with her father in Tibbi Mohalla, Phagwara, and was raped by an unknown youth when she had gone to ease herself in the open last year. On May 26, she felt severe pain in the stomach and was brought to the Civil Hospital, Phagwara, where she delivered the child. Phagwara DSP Jaspreet Singh said the police had registered a case under Section 376 of the IPC and Section 6 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act against the unknown rapist. Now Amritsar and the Phagwara police are searching for the mother and her father. Wanted for murder, robberies, Gurdaspur resident nabbed Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 2 The rural police on Friday arrested a Gurdaspur native who was a habitual thief and wanted in multiple cases of theft, murder and drug peddling. He had been declared “most wanted” for his role in a gruesome murder of a woman at his own village in Gurdaspur. The police said he had conducted multiple robberies at religious shrines in villages of Phillaur to satiate his need for ‘chitta’ (drugs). Jalandhar SSP Mukhvinder Singh said the “most wanted” criminal was arrested by the Phillaur police on Friday, and two stolen motorbikes were recovered from him. Mithun, alias Prem Chand, a resident of Avakha, in Dinanagar (Gurdaspur), was arrested during a special operation by the Jalandhar rural police on June 1. A case had been registered against the accused Mithun on May 29, 2023 at the Phillaur police station under sections 308, 323, 452, 454, 380 and 120 B of the Indian Penal Code on the complaint of two The accused in the custody of the rural police in Jalandhar. COMMITTED THEFT AT SHRINES IN PHILLAUR TO SATIATE ‘CHITTA’ NEEDS women who had alleged that the accused attempted to murder them. Gurpreet Kaur and Baljit Kaur, residents of Gopal Colony at Garha in Phillaur, had alleged in their complaint that the accused beat them up with a baton with an intention to kill them and ran Lohian girl slips, dies on trip to Niagara Falls Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 2 A girl hailing from Ghudduwal village near Lohian, died after a fall at the Niagara Falls in Canada. Poonamdeep Kaur, 21, a Jalandhar native, had gone to Canada on a study visa and was staying there for the past one and a half years. As per reports, she died in a tragic accident when her foot slipped while she was on a tour to visit the famed Niagara Falls with her friends. Falling deep into the gorge where the Niagara Falls cascades down, the student’s death has steeped her village in shock. Her friends who Continued on page 2 away with their jewellery and cash. The women also alleged that three sisters of the accused also aided him in carrying out the crime. Acting on the complaint, the Philaur police had already arrested the sisters — Neelam, a resident of Garha, Phillaur; Rajni, a resident of Gurdaspur, and Jyoti Bala, a resident of Bilga (Jalandhar). The accused, Mithun, however had absconded. Continued on page 2 Engineering | Pharmacy | Computational Science | Management | Hospitality | Animation | Natural Sciences | Allied and Healthcare Sciences | Physical edu. | Journalism & Mass Comm. | Design | Liberal Arts Some of Our Star Placements Married woman goes missing Phagwara, June 2 The Nakodar police have registered a missing report in connection with the disappearance of a married woman. Baljindar Singh, a resident of Landharra village, complained to the police that his wife Malwindar Kaur left the house of her parents on May 4 by bus to reach her in-laws’ place but did not reach there. 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