Cops attacked in Chabal, 6 booked

Cops attacked in Chabal, 6 booked

Our Correspondent
Tarn Taran , June 24

The police party was attacked and uniform of a cop was torn in the melee at Majjupur village falling under the jurisdiction of Chabal police station on Wednesday.

The accused have been identified as Chamkaur Singh of Behluwal (Gurdaspur), Balwinder Singh, his wife Ramandeep Kaur, mother Gurmeet Kaur, brother Diwan Singh and his son Jagtar Singh.

Cops had gone to the village to trace Alpa, who was abducted from Ahmedabad (Gujarat), by Chamkaur.

The abducted woman’s husband and Chamkaur used to work in the same firm. The Gujarat police had traced the duo in Chabal through their mobile location.

Chabal Station House Officer Jaswant Singh was supervising the raid, which was conducted by Assistant Sub-Inspcetor Amarjit Singh.

Cops found the woman and Chamkaur from the residence of Balwinder.

As the police personnel asked them to sit in the police van to take them to the police station to verify their details, Chamkaur indulged into a verbal spat with cops, and his sister Ramandeep along with other members entered in the fray. They attacked the police party and also tore the uniform of constable Jobanjit Singh. Chamkaur and Ramandeep were arrested while four others absconded from the spot.

The SHO said the accused have been booked under Sections 353, 186, 332, 506 and 34 of the IPC.

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