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Two booked for raping 2 minors

Two booked for raping 2 minors

Tarn Taran: The Verowal police have booked persons for raping two minor girls (11 years and 17 years). The incident took place on the intervening night of Thursday – Friday. The accused have been identified as Yograj Singh Yoga of Hansawala and Jaskaran Singh Jassa of Pindian village. The duo had entered the house of minor girls by jumping the wall. A case under Sections 376 and 450 of the IPC and Section 4/6 of the POCSO Act has been registered against the accused. Sub-Inspector Amandeep Kaur (Investigating Officer) said medical examination of the victims was done at the Civil Hospital and their statement before the Judicial Magistrate has yet not been recorded. OC

Drone spotted in Khalra sector

Tarn Taran: The Border Security Force (BSF) jawans spotted a drone in Khalra sector on Saturday night. Sources said the drone was seen on the Indian side near Mangli border outpost. The patrolling party of the BSF fired at the drone, which went back to Pakistan. The BSF initiated a search operation in the area, but failed to recover anything from the spot. Three days ago, the BSF had observed drone movement in the area. Later, six packets of heroin were recovered during search operation. OC

Tourist among two robbed

Amritsar: Two bike-borne persons snatched a purse of a Delhi resident who along with her family had come to pay obeisance at the Golden Temple on Saturday. Neha Yatav, a resident of Delhi, told the police that they had taken a room in a hotel near the Hall Gate. She said when they reached near Lucky Dhaba on e-rickshaw after paying obeisance, two bike-borne persons snatched her purse. The victim said her purse contained Rs 7,000, two mobile phones and a gold ear ring, besides other documents. The police have registered a case under Sections 379-B and 34 of the IPC in this regard. In another incident, two persons snatched a mobile phone from Rahul, when he was buying household goods in Rambagh area. One of the suspect was nabbed by locals. The accused has been identified as Kamal Kumar alias Prince of Islamabad area, while his accomplice has yet not been identified. TNS

4 commit Rs28L fraud, booked

Amritsar: Division B police station have booked four persons, including three Jalandhar residents, for allegedly duping a local of Rs 28.4 lakh. Those booked have been identified as Nitin Khera, his mother Manju Khera, Lakhan Gandhi, all residents of Basti Gujja in Jalandhar, and Amandeep Singh of Sultanwind Road. Charanjit Kaur had submitted a complaint to the police in May. The victim said the accused cheated her of Rs 28.44 lakh on the pretext of cancellation of an FIR, getting her son Lovepreet Singh released on bail. He was booked by the Division B police on charge of gang rape. The police said further investigation was under progress and raids were on to nab the accused. TNS

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