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Haryana criminal shot in UP
Chandigarh, July 14
Khem Singh, an inter-state criminal hailing from Haryana, was shot dead by the state police in the Rudarpur area of UP late last night.

Haryana Nayay Party formed
Gurgaon, July 14
A new political party, Haryana Nayay Party, was today formed here under the leadership of former Samajwadi Party leader Ramanand Yadav.


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Haryana criminal shot in UP
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 14
Khem Singh, an inter-state criminal hailing from Haryana, was shot dead by the state police in the Rudarpur area of UP late last night.

Khem Singh, who was allegedly involved in cases of dacoity, robbery, looting and the like, created a stir in Haryana when he kidnapped Fatehabad SP Hanif Que- rishiís three-year-old daughter to have his own relatives released from police custody. The Fatehabad police had to release more than six persons in exchange for the return of the SPís daughter.

According to official sources a search party sent by the Haryana police from Fatehabad to UP had spotted Khem Singh, near Bilaspur. While trying to escape in a Qualis, he was chased by a joint team of the UP and Haryana police.

Khem Singh allegedly started firing at the police party as a result of which Antar Singh, a head constable with the Haryana police, was seriously injured. The police returned the fire in which Khem Singh (of Kantakheri village, Fatehabad) died on the spot. However, Gurdeep Singh, hailing from the same village, and another person, who were with Khem Singh, managed to escape.

A case under Section 307, IPC, and Section 25, Arms Act, was registered at Rudarpur.

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Haryana Nayay Party formed

Gurgaon, July 14
A new political party, Haryana Nayay Party, was today formed here under the leadership of former Samajwadi Party leader Ramanand Yadav.

Mr Yadav, who was unanimously elected ad hoc president of the party, also announced his resignation from the post of state level General Secretary of the Samajwadi Party.

He said after the completion of all formalities they would apply for the registration and for the symbol to the Election Commission of India. PTI

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