Culprits might be nabbed quickly: ADGP Arpit Shukla

Culprits might be nabbed quickly: ADGP Arpit Shukla

Our Correspondent

Tarn Taran, September 14

Extra Director Basic of Police (ADGP) Legislation and Order Arpit Shukla on Wednesday held a gathering with Particular Investigation Crew (SIT) probing the desecration and fireplace incident at a church in Tarn Taran which occurred about two weeks again. The ADGP together with SIT members additionally visited the crime spot to debate the standing of the investigation.

A 3-member Particular Investigation Crew (SIT) headed by Inspector Basic of Police (IGP) Ferozepur Vary comprising SSP Tarn Taran and SP Investigation Tarn Taran as its members, was constituted to make sure an efficient and speedy investigation of the desecration and fireplace incident at a church in Thakarpura village of Tarn Taran.

The ADGP addressing the media outdoors the church, confirmed satisfaction over the continued investigation by the SIT and mentioned that the accused individuals can be held quickly. “The investigation is on a proper monitor. Culprits might be behind the bars quickly and strict punitive motion in opposition to them might be ensured,” he reiterated.

The Patti Sadar police had registered a case below Sections 295-A, 452, 427, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Part 25, 54 and 59 of the Arms Act.

ADGP Arpit Shukla has additionally visited the India-Pakistan border to carry a gathering with officers of the Border Safety Drive (BSF) to debate methods to counter the drone operations at Punjab borders, which have emerged as a brand new risk to the nationwide safety horizon.

Giving a name for whole synergy and teamwork between BSF and Punjab Police, the ADGP assured full help to the BSF and requested the its officers to share sector-wise inputs on actions of suspected individuals with the Punjab Police in order that they will maintain a pointy vigil on their actions and guarantee penal motion in opposition to these discovered concerned in any legal exercise.

ADGP Arpit Shukla additionally directed the SSPs of the border districts to strengthen police checkpoints, particularly at night time, on the second line of defence of their respective jurisdictions and guarantee checking of most autos at each naka, which can assist in curbing the terrorist and legal actions.

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