Patiala, February 13
Acting strictly against fugitives and proclaimed offenders (POs), the police have set a benchmark by getting attached immovable properties worth Rs8 crore of as many as 16 POs since January 21 this year. Giving details about recent attachment of the immovable property of a terrorist, the Patiala SSP, Vikram Jeet Duggal, said 33 years ago, a case was registered at the Ghanour police station against escapee Baldev Singh from Dandoa village for his terror related activities under Sections 3 and 4 of the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, in 1988.
After Baldev was declared PO the Ghanour police filed an application before the court to attach his immovable property, including seven acres at Dandoa village, which was worth Rs2.15 crore, the SSP added.
The court attached this property as per the proceedings under Section 83 of the CrPC, the SSP said. — TNS
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