Patiala residents booked for defying night curfew

Patiala residents booked for defying night curfew

The police check the ID proof of a biker during night curfew in Patiala on Sunday. Tribune photo: Rajesh Sachar

Tribune News Service

Patiala, April 25

Residents of the city continue to defy the night curfew orders. The police have registered cases for violation of the orders under the Disaster Management Act and Section 188 of the IPC.

Police officials said today that they had registered 26 cases against identified and unidentified persons under Section 188 of the IPC at the police stations of Kotwali, Tripuri, Anaj Mandi, Sadar Patiala, Julka, Sanaur, Sadar Nabha and others.

They have also registered a case at Kotwali Nabha against eight identified persons, including three women, and some unidentified persons for trespassing, assaulting or using criminal force against a woman, and other sections of the IPC. They said as per the complainant, Neetu Sharma of Nabha, the suspects entered her house on Friday after 8 pm and beat her up and her family members. She claimed that the altercation took place over parking of a vehicle outside the house.

The police have registered a case against Sandeep Sharma, Manisha, Sudha, Seema, Mandeep, Sandeep, Rishi, Kapil and some unidentified persons.

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