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Monday, 11 January 2021

Three nabbed for attack on rice miller’s house

Tribune News Service

Karnal, January 10

The Karnal police arrested three persons and claimed to have cracked the incident of indiscriminate firing at the residence of a Nissing-based rice miller in Sector 8 on January 4 morning.

Around 16 bullets were fired by the miscreants at the house of Subhash Singla, the police said.

In the preliminary investigation, it came to light that a monetary dispute between the rice miller and the father of one of the accused was the reason behind the firing.

Deepender Rana, CIA-1 in-charge, said the accused had been identified as Sachin of Bhadurgarh in Jhajjar district, Pardeep of Sudana village in Rohtak and Harsh of Tikri Kalan in Delhi. They were arrested from Namstey Chowk on secret information, he said, adding that they had recovered two pistols and a car used in the crime.

Rana said Singla had to pay money to accused Sachin's father and to build pressure, he along with his accomplices fired at the residence of the rice miller.

"The police had registered a case under Sections 307, 506, and 34 of the IPC and 25, 54 and 59 of the Arms Act," Rana said, adding that SP Ganga Ram Punia gave the probe to CIA-1. "We have put our sources on alert and arrested the trio on Thursday," he said, adding that they would be produced in a court, from where they would be taken on remand to determine the actual reason.

He said a case under the Arms Act was already registered against Sachin in Delhi and he was on bail, while Pardeep is an accused in murder, loot and dacoity cases in Sonepat and Rohtak.

from The Tribune

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