Mystery shrouds 32-yr-old’s death

Our Correspondent
Tarn Taran, September 15

Death mystery of Gurbinder Singh (32) of Emma Khurd village, 20 km from here, has been haunting the district police, as cops have not been able to crack the case even after two weeks of the incident.

Gurbinder Singh was brutally murdered on the intervening night of September 1 and 2 in his village. A case under Sections 302, 506, 148 and 149 of the IPC had been registered by the Chabal police against as many as 12 persons, including two women. Kulbir Kaur, mother of the deceased, recorded a statement to the police in this regard, who said his son was kidnapped by the accused when he had gone to the fields on September 1 evening.

The accused include Manjinder Singh, Harpal Singh, Sehajpreet Singh, Heera Singh, Daljit Singh, Sarabjit Singh, his Gurbir Singh of the same Emma Khurd, Ram Singh of Chabal, Jagga Singh of Swaragapuri, Amritpal Singh of Mianpur, Balwinder Kaur and Prabhjot Kaujr (both from Amritsar).

None of the accused has been arrested till date as the police was re-investigating the matter.

SSP Dhruman H Nimbale said a three-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been formed to investigate the case. “The SIT members were SP (Investigation) Jagjit Singh Walia , DSP (Sub Division) Sucha Singh Bal and DSP (Investigation) Kawaljit Singh,” said SSP.

The SSP said he was investigating the case from different angles. “Two of the female friends of the deceased and three others too have been found to be involved in the investigation,” said SSP.

He said the case of illicit relations and the old rivalry too cannot be ruled out. Kulbir Kaur said the accused after murdering his son took away his licensed pistol and the mobile too.

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