Chandigarh, May 30 (IANS) The Punjab Police's Anti Gangster Task Force (AGTF) has unraveled the conspiracy and established the role of 10 accused and shooters of the Bambiha gang in the killing of gangster Jarnail Singh in Amritsar Rural, Director General of Police Gaurav Yadav said on Tuesday.
Releasing the photos of the accused on Punjab Police's Twitter handle, Yadav said raids are on to arrest the accused.
"The police is fully committed to destroy the criminals network as per directions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann," he added.
Jarnail Singh was shot dead at Sathiala village in broad daylight by three masked assailants on May 24.
Belonging to the Gopi Ghamshampuriya gang, he was out on bail.
The armed assailants fired 20-25 bullets at Jarnail Singh, who was taken to a nearby hospital where doctors declared him dead.
The court then issued summons to Sisodia for June 1. The same court had on May 23 extended the Aam Aadmi Party leader's judicial custody for the same date in the ED case. The ED had arrested Sisodia on March 9, after the CBI arrested him on February 26 this year.
The police said that the foreign nationals were running the drug laboratory in the Judge Society located near posh Sector Omega 1 of Greater Noida. The police raided the house on Tuesday at the instance of one of the nine accused arrested on May 17.
In a letter to the Vice-President, Sahney said Panjab University was established for the students of Punjab and they cannot be deprived of the privilege to study this language in undergraduate courses.
India has assumed the rotating chairmanship of SCO at the Samarkand Summit on September 16, 2022. According to a statement issued by the ministry of external affairs, all the SCO member states namely China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, have been invited to attend the summit.
During the search, 20 hookahs, seven bottles of beer, various tobacco flavours and charcoal were confiscated. A case has been registered against owners of the restaurant under various provisions of the Punjab Excise Act 1914, the Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products Act 2003, the Poison Act 1919 and Indian Penal Code in Nayagaon.
Former Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on Monday said that there cannot be an alliance where there are ideological differences, even as the Punjab leadership met party chief Mallikarjun Kharge here to discuss the support over ordinance to the AAP.