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 state health department has now decided to form district-level committees that shall work upon reasons for poor coverage and get the 'missed out' children vaccinated. Also, methods used by well-performing districts will be used elsewhere.
A government official in India has been suspended from his job after he ordered a water reservoir to be drained so he could retrieve his smartphone, which he had dropped while taking a selfie. The smartphone was eventually retrieved but wouldn't even start because it was waterlogged.
The drugs that were reduced to ashes at the Mumbai Waste Management Ltd premises, included heroin (16.633 kg), cocaine (9.035 kg), methamphetamine (198.1 kg), marijuana (32.915 kg), mandrax tablets (81.91 kg) and MDMA tablets (134 gms), said an official.
The accused has been identified as Rahul, alias Akash, of Ferozepur. The police have also booked his close associate, Sukh, alias Subash. Both are history-sheeters and have been facing criminal cases of crimes, including double murder, attempt to murder and possessing arms.
Congratulating the meritorious students, he extended best wishes to them for their future. Mann said it is a red-letter day for the state as these girl students have proved their mettle by excelling in these exams.