Nihang booked for making ‘threatening’ remarks in opposition to Punjab Congress chief Raja Warring
Ludhiana, November 24
The Ludhiana police yesterday registered a case in opposition to Nihang Sikh Amritpal Singh Mehron, a resident of Mehron village in Moga, for allegedly making threatening remarks in opposition to Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president Amarinder Singh Raja Warring.
Amritpal is a frontrunner of SAD (Amritsar) who had unsuccessfully contested the Meeting elections from Tarn Taran earlier this yr.
He had just lately given an interview to some net channel wherein he had warned Warring and in addition talked about some weapons he was possessing. Amritpal was talking in reference to a tweet of a political chief.
A case beneath varied sections of the IPC and the Arms Act was registered on the criticism of ACP (Detective) Sumit Sood.
Commissioner of Police (CP) Mandeep Singh Sidhu on Thursday solicited the wholehearted assist of individuals for sustaining peace, brotherhood and communal concord in Ludhiana.
Sidhu stated individuals should chorus from getting swayed away by rumours or false propaganda on social media by individuals with vested pursuits and stated strict motion could be taken in opposition to these spreading false rumours or indulging in hate speech.
He stated the police had been retaining a strict vigil on such actions on social media to forestall any untoward incident. In the meantime, the police had additionally registered a case in opposition to Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha chief Jatinder Gorian of Rasila Nagar, Jamalpur for making objectionable remarks in opposition to the Christian neighborhood in a viral video.