Firing at Singhu border; 4 men came in car with Chandigarh number

The men fired three rounds on farmers; there was no casualty

Firing at Singhu border; 4 men came in car with Chandigarh number

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Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, March 8

There was an incident of alleged firing at the Singhu border on Sunday night.

Four men came in a car and fled after firing three rounds on farmers. There was no casualty.

Those who fired drove a white-coloured Audi with a Chandigarh number.

The incident took place near the TDI mall when langar was being served.

Police suspect the men to be from Punjab.

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The farmers complained to the Kundli police.

Sonepat SP Jashandeep Singh Randhawa said a case was registered against unidentified men and they were investigating the matter.

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