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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Two held with 20-kg poppy husk, opium

Two held with 20-kg poppy husk, opium

Fatehgarh Sahib: The district police on Tuesday claimed to have busted a gang of drug suppliers with the arrest of two peddlers and seizure of 7.5-kg opium and 20-kg poppy husk from the truck they were travelling in. Two other members of the gang are at large and the police are conducting raids to arrest them. OC

‘Drone’ seen hovering over Bathinda refinery, probe on

Bathinda: A drone-like object has been seen flying over Guru Gobind Singh Refinery, located at Phulokheri village in Bathinda district. A complaint has been lodged by the refinery management to the district and police administration. In the complaint, apart from seeing a drone, the refinery management has also reported another incident that a vehicle came close to the gate of the refinery on Sunday night and when security staff went near it, the driver sped away. TNS

Man thrashes wife to death

Ferozepur: A man in an inebriated condition thrashed his wife to death after she stopped him from taking drugs at Bajidpur village on Monday night. The accused has been identified as Jagsir Singh (29). Jagsir was married to Karamjit Kaur (27) for the last five years and they have three children. OC

‘Bir’ burnt in gurdwara fire

Chamkaur Sahib: A "bir" of Guru Granth Sahib was burnt in a fire that started allegedly due to a short-circuit at a gurdwara at Pipal Majra village here on Tuesday. No one was present in the gurdwara at the time of incident. Management committee chief Mehar Singh said it was around 10 am when residents noticed smoke emanating from the gurdwara and when they reached the spot, the "bir" was burnt completely. The police said an inquiry would be conducted into the incident. TNS

1.27 lakh litre lahan seized

Ferozepur: The Ferozepur police on Tuesday seized 1.27 lakh litres of lahan from illegal distilleries situated on the Sutlej and Beas riverbeds along the Indo-Pak border. SSP Sandeep Goel said the police had received specific input that the accused identified as Kali and his brother Bhindi, besides Kala and Gurnam, all residents of Alike village, were involved in this illicit trade. OC

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