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Posted at: Apr 17, 2018, 1:56 AM; last updated: Apr 17, 2018, 1:56 AM (IST)SNIPPETS

Man shoots at nephew

Hoshiarpur: A minor wrangle took a bloody turn when a man in rage shot his own nephew outside the new grain market. In a critical condition, the injured was immediately brought to the Civil Hospital where after seeing his serious condition, he was referred to a specialty private hospital. As soon as the incident came to fore, the SSP J Elanchezhian, DSP City Sukhwinder Singh, Inspector Narinder Kumar and police party reached the spot and started investigating the incident. According to the information, Paramjeet Singh alias Pamma, a resident of Pandori Bibi, had a contract of parking in the local grain market and his nephew (sister’s son) Sukhwinder Singh (27), son of Joginder Singh, a resident of Gochar district in Ropar, also used to work with him earlier. Sukhvinder Singh had been working for a liquor contractor for some time now. It was said Sukhwinder Singh had come in the afternoon to the grain market. At around 3:30 pm, both Pamma and Sukhwinder had heated arguments over some issue and in rage Paramjeet Singh shot his nephew Sukhwinder Singh. Two bullets hit him in the thigh, one in the elbow and another on the side of the stomach. According to police, after the incident, Paramjit Singh alias Pamma escaped the spot. The SSP said the police was investigating the matter and soon the accused would be nabbed.

2 booked for 1.41 lakh fraud

Hoshiarpur: The Chabbewal police have registered two cases and nominated two accused on the charge of cheating two persons of Rs 1.41 lakh on the promise of sending them abroad. Pradeep Singh, a resident of Baadia Khurd village, told the police that Harpreet Singh, alias Sunny, a resident of his village, and Avtar Singh, a resident of Jassowal village, took Rs 81,000 from him to send him abroad, but neither did they send him abroad nor returned his money. Manjeet Singh, a resident of Baadia Khurd, told the police that travel agent Harpreet Singh took Rs 61,000 from him. However after this, neither the accused sent him abroad nor returned his money. The two complaints were examined by the economic offences wing of the police. After the inquiry report, the police registered a case against both accused under Sections 406 and 420 of the IPC. OC

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