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Monday, July 22, 2024

Punjab: 2 SAD workers killed by husband of Congress leader

2 Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) workers died in Moga yesterday as a result of clashes between the husband of Congress candidate Harwinder Kaur & relatives-supporters of SAD candidate Kulwinder Kaur during Municipal Elections campaigning reports ANI. FIR has been registered in this case and 3, including the husband of the Congress candidate, were arrested.

Moga City DSP BS Bhullar said that after the clash, Narendra Pal Singh Sidhu (husband of Congress candidate) & others were leaving in their vehicles when the 2 were run-over by them; one who has been identified as Harminder Singh died on the spot while the other is in the hospital.

As per SAD workers, it was Congress workers who ran their vehicles over them when workers of both the parties were campaigning in Ward number 9 ahead of the Municipal Elections. The police registered an FIR against nine people from Congress under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code and three people including Narendra Pal Singh have been arrested, police added.

(Featured Image Source: ANI)


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