16 booked for opening fire at Majitha CHC

16 booked for opening fire at Majitha CHC

Amritsar, September 15

Around 16 persons were booked for clashing and firing in the Community Health Centre (CHC) at Majitha on Saturday. However, no arrest has been made till now.

Astina, staff nurse of the centre, stated to the police that on September 12 she reached on her duty at around 7.30 am. She said Mandeep Kaur, another staff nurse told her that Vikramjit Singh of Majitha had got admitted Baldev Shah in the hospital due to hand injury. Baldev was shifted in the emergency ward of the centre after treatment.

She said suddenly at around 7.50 am there was ruckus in the centre’s premises with several shots of gun were fired. She said they ran into their rooms for safety. She said she saw guns at the hands Vikramjit Singh and Baldev Shaw while around 12 persons barged into the centre complex and started scuffling with each other. She said Vikramjit fired around three gunshots following which the scuffling people fled away.

On the basis of her statement, the police have booked Bladev Shah, Vikramjit Singh, Jugal Kishore and Akashdeep Singh besides 12 unknown persons for firing and creating ruckus. No arrest has been made till now. — TNS

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