Two arrested in 2 assault cases

Two arrested in 2 assault cases

Ludhiana, April 14

Irked over a police complaint by their neighbour against their ferocious pet dogs, two persons, Manider Singh and his brother Raju, residents of Moti Bagh Colony, and their around 12 unidentified accomplices attacked the victim and their family members. The two brothers were arrested and the other accused were booked by the police under Various sections of the IPC on the complaint of Tarlochan Singh, a resident of the same colony.

The complainant said the brothers, along with their accomplices, had forced their entry into his house on Monday and attacked him with bricks and a base ball bat.

“They broke open the door of a room and made an attempt to kill my wife and daughter. They, however, managed to flee the spot when we raised an alarm,” he said, adding that his son Gagandeep Singh had lodged a complaint with the police against the ferocious pet dogs of the accused on the same day.

In the other incident, Kishore Shah, a resident of Gobindgarh village, his sons Amit Kumar, Ravi Kumar and Sumit Kumar, along with their two servants Manoj Kumar and Raju, were booked by the police under various sections of the IPC for allegedly assaulting Pinki Devi, wife of Dalip Kumar, younger brother of accused Kishore. The victim told the police that she was sitting in the meat shop run by her husband when the accused attacked her and threatened to kill her. The reason behind the attack was said to be a business rivalry. — OC

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