Mohali RPG attack case solved, claims Delhi Police; 2 held : The Tribune India

Mohali RPG attack case solved, claims Delhi Police; 2 held

Were tasked by Pakistan-based gangster-terrorist Harvinder Rinda to carry out the attack

Mohali RPG attack case solved, claims Delhi Police; 2 held

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New Delhi, October 7

The Special Cell of Delhi Police claim to have solved the RPG attack case on the Punjab Police Intelligence headquarters in Mohali. The rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) was fired at the third floor of the highly-guarded intelligence wing headquarters in Mohali’s Sector 77 on May 9 evening.

Delhi Police Special Cell Commissioner HGS Dhaliwal said two persons have been arrested in the case. These include one Arshdeep Singh while another accused is a teenager. Third accused Deepak Surakhpur from Haryana was already arrested.

The arrested accused were tasked by Pakistan-based gangster-terrorist Harvinder Rinda to carry out the attack. They are associates of gangsters Lawrence Bishnoi and Jaggu Bhagwapuria and are also wanted for gangster Rana Kandowalia’s murder in Amritsar. They were also tasked with killing Bollywood actor Salman Khan.

After RPG attack at the Punjab Police headquarters in Mohali, the accused stayed in several hideouts spread across as many as 18 states. Pak-based Rinda was regularly funding them, the police said.

 

 

 

 

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