A 20-year-old native kabaddi participant was allegedly hacked to dying following a violent conflict with rivals in Ludhiana’s Machhiwara city Sunday.
Household of the sufferer staged a protest outdoors Machhiwara police station Monday demanding fast arrest of the accused and in addition blocked Machhiwara-Samrala highway for hours, following which senior police officers from Khanna police reached the spot and tried to pacify them. The household is but to cremate the physique.
Police mentioned that 13 individuals had been booked for homicide below Part 302 of IPC on the assertion of Manpreet Singh, brother of the sufferer Amandeep Singh (20), resident of Indra Colony of Machhiwara.
Those that have been booked for the alleged homicide embrace Kuldeep Singh Kairy (from village Rajgarh), Jaggi Bhama, Sadiq and others.
Manpreet Singh, brother of the sufferer, in his assertion to the police mentioned that his brother Amandeep used to play kabaddi and in addition used to work half time at an area bookshop. He had gone out for work often on Sunday (July 11) when he (Manpreet) acquired a name that his brother had met with an accident and had been severely injured.
Manpreet added that when he reached Civil Hospital, Machhiwara, his discovered his brother severely injured. Medical doctors referred Amandeep to Ludhiana however earlier than he might be shifted, he succumbed to his accidents.
In accordance with Manpreet, his brother had had a conflict with some native boys round two months again and so they once more clashed at a wedding operate two days in the past. He additional alleged that the primary accused Kuldeep Singh Kairy, alongside together with his accomplices, hacked his brother to dying with sharp edged weapons at a rice sheller on Adhiana Street from the place slippers of his brothers have additionally been discovered.
DSP (Samrala) Jaswinder Singh Chahal and Inspector Rajesh Thakur, SHO, Machhiwara police station, reached the spot and promised household that accused will likely be arrested inside two days following which protest was ended.