Punjab

Father ,son duo booked for assaulting old man

Dilbag singh | June 15, 2019 02:33 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

 

SHAHKOT

The Shahkot police have booked a father ,son duo on the charge of assaulting an old man  .

Investigating officer Satnam Singh said that the accused have been identified as Pirthipal Singh  a resident of Rajewal village  and his son Surjit Singh .

Balwindar Singh (70)  a resident of Rajewal village  complained to the police that the accused waylaid him on June 3 and attacked him with sharp edged weapons and injured him

 .IO said a case under sections 323 ,325(voluntarily casing grievous  hurt with dangerous weapons or means) 427(mischief ) and 34( committing crime with common intention ) of the ipc has been registered against the accused.

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