Day after assault on cops in Mohali, no arrest
Chandigarh, February 9
A day after a violent conflict came about between the police and Sikh activists searching for the discharge of “Bandi Singhs” on the Chandigarh-Mohali border, close to Sector 51, the Punjab Police right now didn’t make any arrest.
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Officers stated efforts have been on to determine the culprits concerned within the conflict that left a number of personnel of the UT and the Punjab Police injured.
Arpit Shukla, ADGP (Legislation and Order), stated, “We’ve registered a separate FIR in Mohali. Our males have been additionally injured. We’re within the technique of figuring out the accused.”
A police official stated, “Leaders of the agitating teams have been holding talks with civil and police officers from Punjab and Chandigarh concerning the submission of a memorandum to the Punjab CM. All of the sudden some components on the web site turned rowdy and began clashing with the police.” In the meantime, the state of affairs remained beneath management on the dharna web site right now. Activists belonging to numerous Sikh teams have been protesting since January 7. They’re demanding the discharge of Sikh prisoners jailed through the militancy interval. They claimed that they didn’t begin the conflict, which started solely after some individuals threw stones at activists protesting peacefully.