Posted on 20 March 2017 by GGS News
Mohali : A woman was arrested in Mohali on Sunday for allegedly killing her husband with the “help of her brother and his friend.” The wife of the victim Ekam Singh Dhillon shot her husband at their residence.
Seerat, the mother of two – an 11-year-old son and a five-year-old daughter–allegedly stuffed her husband’s body in a suitcase and then hid it in a BMW car.
Seerat and her brother planned to throw the bag with the body in a canal, but after keeping the bag in the BMW Seerat misplaced the car keys and could not drive it away.
Speaking to The Tribune, SP Mohali Parminder Singh Bhandal said Seerat, who had been on the run was arrested after “she admitted to murdering him with the help of her brother and his friend”.
An FIR was registered on the statement of Ekam’s father Jaspal Singh, but the motive behind the murder is not yet known.Apart from Seerat, her mother Jaswinder Kaur, brother Vinay Partap Singh and two other relatives have also been charged with murder in connection with the case.
Police said that Seerat used a 9mm pistol to kill her husband who she claims quarrelled with her after “he had come home under the influence of liquor”
Police were informed of the incident early on Sunday when a PCR team was alerted by an auto-rickshaw driver of bloodstains near the BMW car and on its rear seat on which the bag had been kept.
The report claimed that the auto-rickshaw driver had gone to drop a passenger “when he saw two women carrying a bag which seemed to be heavy.” They allegedly sought his help in placing the bag in the car. He got suspicious when his hands got stained with blood. He left immediately and informed a PCR vehicle nearby.
Seerat is the niece of Congress leader Ajit Inder Singh Mofar, who is a two-time MLA from Sardulgarh.
Posted on 17 February 2017 by GGS News
Mohali : Four persons, including three members of a family, were killed on Friday when their car collided with a Punjab Roadways bus at Gharuan, about 10 km from here.
The accident took place at around 8 AM near a private university in Kharar here, police said.
The Ludhiana-based family was going towards Chandigarh when their car rammed into a state roadways bus coming from the opposite direction, they said.
Four of the car occupants died on the spot, they added.
The car was badly damaged in the accident, police said, adding that it took quite an effort to retrieve the bodies.
The deceased were identified as Dalip Kumar, his wife Ranjana, their daughter Pooja and driver Harjit Singh, they said.PTI
Posted on 16 April 2016 by GGS News
Changigarh, 16 April : Rahul Gandhi today said that Punjab is dominated by the drugs trade. I already said this statement ridiculed the SAD. Zirakpur, Mohali, Rahul said this during a meeting with Congress workers.
Will not ignore the serious problem of drugs
He said that in Punjab the Congress comes in a few months we will eradicate the drug trade. The current government is ignoring this very serious problem. Rahul Gandhi said that Punjab government would like to give the new variety. People who are sensitive to the government.Farmers get their rights immediately
On the issue of farmers , he said that after 5-6 months worth of crops, should be immediately. He said that Punjab can no discredit. This is the heart of the country. Punjab gives life to the country. For this place in my heart and I want to help Punjab.ANI
Posted on 30 June 2014 by GGS News
Jalandhar, 30 June : Contrary to the general perception of maintaining a distance from drug addicts, a Mohali-based lawyer has got married to a drug-addict youth from Jalandhar and inspired him to get rid of the habit.
The couple has now decided to involve themselves in the Punjab government’s drug de-addiction and rehabilitation campaign.
Harshdeep Kaur, a lawyer, who used to take cases under the NDPS Act at the Punjab and Haryana high court, met drug addict Amandeep Sharma about a month ago. She decided to wean him from the addiction.
Harshdeep got him treated at the Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Jalandhar.
Amandeep, who has studied up to Class 12, was a driver He started taking drugs as a result of which the economic condition of his family worsened.
He met Harshdeep in Chandigarh while seeking bail in a drug case about one and a half month ago which completely changed his life.
Harshdeep, daughter of a retired army officer, told her family about Amandeep and after getting their consent she decided to tie the knot with him.
She said giving love and affection to drug addicts could help them wean from the menace.
The couple exhorted the drug addicts and their families to make the optimum use of the drug de-addiction and rehabilitation campaign started by the state government.
“We will meet drug addicts and their families to impress upon them for getting the former treated soon ” they said.