Ludhiana, January 11
The Dehlon police have booked at least 30 persons belonging to two rival groups which clashed and beat up each other over a land dispute in Paddi village on Saturday.
Two persons each from the two rival groups along with their 30 or more unidentified accomplices face charges under Sections 323, 341, 506, 148 and 149, IPC, while in the cross FIR, the accused and their accomplices have been booked under Sections 323, 324, 508 and 34 of
The police said Kulwinder Singh, a resident of Paddi, and Rajiv Singla, a property dealer of Dugro, from one group and Jasvir Singh, along with his son Anmoljit Singh, residents of Khanpur village from the rival group, were booked in the case and further investigation to identify their accomplices was in progress.
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