Now, two cell phones seized from observation home washroom at Shimlapuri in Ludhiana

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, November 23

Two mobile phones were recovered from a washroom of the observation home, situated at Shimlapuri here yesterday.

The home was already in news for all the wrong reasons. Recently, a few cases of sodomy came to the fore in which minor boys were sodomised by other inmates. The accused inmates are yet to be identified.

Superintendent of the home Tarun Aggarwal told the police that yesterday when sanitation workers were cleaning the bathrooms, they noticed two mobile phones in a washroom. They informed him and afterwards, he called the police.

Aggarwal suspected that these phones could had been concealed by the inmates staying in the home.

Investigating officer ASI Harbans Singh said a case under Sections 42-52-A of the Prisons Act was registered against unidentified inmates.

He said the police would conduct a probe to find out how the phones reached inside the observation home.

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