Amritsar: No new Covid case has been reported from the district during the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, the health authorities have reported recovery of two patients with which the recovery count has increased to 45,813. The district, at present, has a total of six active cases. A total of 16,208 residents were inoculated during the ongoing vaccination drive on Tuesday. Of these 7,061 received first dose of the vaccine while 9,147 received second dose. TNS
45 booked for damaging road
Tarn Taran: A group of 45 armed persons damaged the village common path on November 19 in Talwandi Budh Singh village. Most of the accused are SAD workers. As many as 15 of them have been identified, including Sukhchain Singh, former village sarpanch , while 30 others are yet to be identified. SI Gurbhej Singh registered a case under Sections 447,506, 148, 149 of the IPC and Sections 25,27,54,59 of the Arms Act. The Patti Sadar police said the accused armed with dreaded weapons started breaking the path leading to the village gurdwara and the nearby Talwandi Mohar Singh village. Most of the accused are SAD workers. OC
One held for stealing golak
Amritsar: The Ajnala police have booked one person identified as Ajal along with three unidentified persons for allegedly stealing gurdwara golak from Matiya village. The police registered case against him following the statement of the gurdwara priest (granthi). The incident occurred late on November 16. He found the golak missing next morning and the accused was identified with the help of CCTV camera footage. TNS
Three arrested with heroin
Amritsar: The CIA staff arrested three persons with 100-gm heroin. They were identified as Gurarshdeep Singh of Ramuwal village, Gharinda; Lovepreet Singh of Chheharta and Karanpreet Singh of Bhaini village. The police have also seized their bike. TNS
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