State hockey player, district volleyball player shot dead in Patiala

State hockey player, district volleyball player shot dead in Patiala

Aman Sood
Tribune News Service
Patiala, February 20

A national-level hockey player and a district-level volleyball player, both Powercom employees, were shot dead at a dhaba here in the early hours of Thursday.

They have been identified as hockey player Amrik Singh and volleyball player Simranjit Singh.

Amrik Singh was a hockey player 

Both were shot in the head by unidentified people around 1 am as the two were sitting at a roadside dhaba in Partap Nagar.

Simranjit Singh

Police suspect the three unidentified men who were earlier having liquor with the two victims.

Police said they had rounded up a few suspects.

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