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Friday, 18 September 2020

See my diary, victim had told sister

Chandigarh, September 17

Several teams of the UT police went to Punjab to trace 43-year-old Mandeep Singh, who is accused of murdering his wife, a schoolteacher. The victim's younger son is also missing. The police recorded the statement of the couple's elder son, Ishmeet, under Section 164 of the CrPC.

UT Cops in Punjab to trace husband, son

UT police teams went to several places near Ludhiana and Ropar in search of the suspect, Mandeep Singh. The victim's younger son is also missing. Police officials said they were searching for the white Maruti car in which Mandeep had left the city.

The body of Jyoti Rani (40) was found at her house in Sector 23 on the intervening night of September 15 and 16.

Mandeep had left home with his two sons, aged 13 and 9, on September 14. After paying obeisance at a gurdwara in Ludhiana, he took both his sons to a canal near Ludhiana and stopped the car claiming it had developed a snag. Mandeep then took Ishmeet towards the canal and pushed him into it. However, the boy managed to survive.

In his statement, Ishmeet claimed that he cried for help, but nobody came to his rescue.

Police officials said they were searching for the white Maruti car in which Mandeep had left the city. Police teams went to several places near Ludhiana and Ropar in search of him.

Police sources said Mandeep had got the fuel tank of his car refilled at two petrol pumps near the Sector 43 ISBT on September 15. He made payments through a debit card following which cops came to know about it. The sources said the Maruti car was seen in the CCTV footage of the petrol pumps, adding that the suspect escaped towards Kharar.

The last location of Mandeep's mobile phone was in Sector 40, Chandigarh, on September 15. The police said it was switched off since then.

The sources said the victim had told her sister that if something happened at her house, she could check her personal diary. "We will search the diary," the sources added.

Meanwhile, the victim's younger son Jashandeep is still missing. — TNS



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