Man attacked over old enmity, 14 booked

Man attacked over old enmity, 14 booked

The Ludhiana rural police registered an attempt-to-murder case against 14 persons who attacked a man over old enmity near Behal Patti village in Hathur.

Ludhiana, February 24

The Ludhiana rural police registered an attempt-to-murder case against 14 persons who attacked a man over old enmity near Behal Patti village in Hathur.

The booked accused have been identified as Gurmanjot Singh, Harjit Singh, Charna, Ramna, alias Gurtej, Guggi, alias Ekam, Gora, Goggi, Harvinder Singh, Bindri, Har and four unknown persons.

Complainant Raminderjit Singh of Chakkar village told the police that on February 22, he was heading towards the clinic of doctor Dilbag Singh on his Royal Enfield motorcycle. When he reached Behal Patti, a speedy Maruti Alto car hit his bike from the rear side. When he fell on the road, several persons, travelling in a Hyundai Verna car, also reached the spot.

All assailants cornered him and started beating him up with iron rods and other weapons. When passers-by gathered at the spot, the accused escaped. While fleeing, they took away his coat and T-shirt, the complainant alleged.

Two of the assailants were also carrying guns.

The complainant said Rs 4,100 in cash was kept in a pocket of his coat which was taken away by them. He said he had an old enmity with Gurmanjot and others and recently, he had arguments with them in a village due to which they threatened him of dire consequences.

Investigating officer ASI Tarsem Lal said a case had been registered against the accused and raids were on to nab them. — TNS

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