Sangrur, September 22
The Sangrur police have filed two chargesheets against former Congress Minister Vijay Inder Singla in two cases registered under the Disaster Management Act, 2005. A local court has summoned him on October 17.
The first FIR was registered on February 12 after receiving a letter from the then Returning Officer-cum-SDM, Sangrur. The second FIR was registered on February 13. The police stated that on February 12, Singla organised a rally of around 200-250 persons without permission and violated Covid-19 norms. “I was unaware of the FIRs. I follow all norms during campaigning. I will follow the court directions,” Singla told The Tribune.
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