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No arrests yet in 3 shooting incidents in Chandigarh

No arrests yet in 3 shooting incidents in Chandigarh

CCTV grabs of Monty Shah with pistols in both hands at Burail Sector 45



Chandigarh, October 13

So far, the Chandigarh Police have not arrested any suspect in three shooting incidents, including a murder, reported in the city last weekend.

Gurlal Brar (26), state president of the Student Organisation of Panjab University (SOPU), was allegedly shot dead by three motorcycle-borne miscreants outside Emporium Mall while he was waiting for his friends in his SUV.

Sources said some police teams went to Punjab to look for the suspects. The members of the Davinder Bambiha gang, which was active in Punjab, were being traced for establishing a link with Brar’s murder, sources added.

Meanwhile, a police official said they had many clues and were trying to connect the dots.

The suspects in the Sector 9 firing incident are also at large. Three shots were fired outside EskoBar club following a fight between two groups on Sunday night. A 22-year-old youth, Sourav Gujjar, who is popular on TikTok and Instagram for making short videos, suffered injuries in the incident.

Police officials said raids were being conducted in Ludhiana to nab the accused.

The third firing incident was reported in Sector 45 on Sunday night. Gangster Lawerence Bishnoi’s aide Monty Shah had fired a gunshot to threaten deceased Sonu Shah’s brother Parveen and his associate Tirath.

Last year, Sonu Shah was murdered at his office at the behest of Bishnoi. Parveen and Tirath are witnesses in the Sonu Shah murder case. No arrests have been made by the police in the case so far.


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