Punjab

Three unidentified booked for attempt to murder, firing, snatching

Dilbag Singh | October 22, 2019 01:10 PM

 

 

SHAHKOT  The Shahkot police have booked three unidentified persons on the charges of attempt to murder, firing and snatching.

Investigating officer (IO) and Malsian police post in-charge Sanjivan Singh said that Gurdial Singh a resident of Nihaluwal village complained to the police that he was returning home after purchasing materials from Ludhiana on his motor cycle (PB-67-A-5196) on October 21 and when he crossed Malsian village three unidentified motor cycle borne accused armed with a pistol and sharp edged weapons   waylaid him around 10.45 P.M. and asked to give all he had.

He said in his complaint that we he told them that he has only material for shop and one of the accused holding pistol in his hand opened fire which pierced his left foot and shoe .He said that he was injured and fell down and was rushed to Jalandhar civil hospital.

IO said a case under sections 307(attempt to murder), 379-B (snatching), 341(wrongful restraint), 511(punishment for attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or other imprisonment) and 34(committing crime with common intention) of the Indian Penal Code and sections 25/54/59 of the Arms Act has been registered against unidentified accused. 

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