Bathinda: Police inspector found dead in car, accidental fire likely cause : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

Bathinda: Police inspector found dead in car, accidental fire likely cause

Bathinda: Police inspector found dead in car, accidental fire likely cause


Tribune News Service

Bathinda,September 7

A police inspector was today found dead due to a bullet injury in his car at Model Town Phase 1 in Bathinda. The body has been recovered from his car near his residence.

As soon as the information was received, cops from the Civil Lines police station reached the spot and started a probe into the matter. They have sent the body to a Bathinda hospital for autopsy.

The deceased inspector has been identified as Randhir Singh Bhullar (50) and was posted at Jagraon police lines near Ludhiana.

Investigating officer SP City Narinder Singh had reached the spot and teams of experts were also investigating the spot. The CCTV footage of the area near his house is being examined by the police. The call details are also being taken by police officials. Inspector Bhullar’s body was found in a car near his house.

About The Author

The Tribune News Service brings you the latest news, analysis and insights from the region, India and around the world. Follow the Tribune News Service for a wide-ranging coverage of events as they unfold, with perspective and clarity.

#Punjab Police


Top News

Willing to work with India, says Trudeau after meeting Modi

Willing to work with India, says Justin Trudeau after meeting PM Modi at G7 Summit in Italy

The meeting, which took place in Apulia, southern Italy, is ...

Punjab drug overdose: 14 deaths in 14 days

Punjab drug overdose: 14 deaths in 14 days

Unending menace: In June 2018, a similar crisis had hit Punj...

After Mohan Bhagwat’s barbs, RSS to regroup with BJP for UP Assembly bypoll battle

After Mohan Bhagwat’s barbs, RSS to regroup with BJP for UP Assembly bypoll battle

Sangh leader had flagged the need for humility

Amit Shah to review J&K security today, 3rd meet in three days

Amit Shah to review J-K security situation today, 3rd meet in three days

The first J-K review was held by PM Narendra Modi on Thursda...


Cities

View All