Sidhu Moosewala killing: Two police groups off to Rajasthan for additional probe
Mansa/Tarn Taran, Sept 15
Two groups of the Mansa police left for Rajasthan after sources within the police revealed that accused Deepak Mundi, who was nabbed from the Nepal border, instructed the cops that the weapons and different assist for the homicide of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala got here from the neighbouring state.
Reportedly, a 3rd police group can be off to a different state for additional probe.
Mundi is the sixth sharpshooter within the Moosewala homicide case, who was evading arrest for a very long time. However, he together with two different accomplices — Kapil Pandit and Rajinder Joker – have been arrested once they have been making an attempt to flee from India by way of the Nepal border. The native police have obtained their remand until September 17.
Mundi has additionally instructed the police that after the homicide, he was hiding in Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.
In the meantime, officers recovered two cell phones from the six accused within the singer’s homicide case, lodged within the Goindwal Sahib Central Jail of Tarn Taran district.
Police sources mentioned a group of the jail employees led by Karnail Singh on September 12 evening, searched a cell and recovered two telephones. The police have registered a case underneath Part 52A of the Prisons Act. SSP Ranjit Dhillon mentioned because it was a critical matter, the police would conduct a forensic probe to seek out out who all have been contacted by the accused and from the place the calls have been obtained on these telephones.