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Man who rammed bike into cop booked


Ludhiana: An afternoon after a cop fractured his leg as a person rammed his motorbike into him when the former used to be chasing drug peddlers, the Moti Nagar police have booked the accused who hit the head constable below fees of deterring a public servant from discharge of his duty.
Head constable Jaswinder Singh (45) used to be hit by way of Sajan of Dholewal, a drug peddler.

The head constable said he had a laid a trap for a drug peddler after solving a deal of Rs 7500 for 3g of heroin with one Sajan of Dholewal. He used to be looking ahead to him close to a personal health facility on Chandigarh road.

The head constable said they arrested drug peddler Sajan after which they chased some other peddler on a motorcycle. He said the suspected drug peddler then hit him with his motorbike and he suffered harm in his left leg. Jaswinder said he then caught the opposite individual as well. He added that later they handed the duo to the SHO. The cop claimed that he got here to understand that they duo have been let off at the assurance of prominent individuals.

Head constable said that when the suspect peddler got here with medicine he attempted to nab him on the other hand the accused hit him with his motorbike and he suffered harm in his left leg.


Jaswinder Singh said that with injured leg he took accused to police station. Meanwhile he used to be taken to health facility. Later he got here to understand that the accused has been allowed to head by way of SHO.


Assistant commissioner of police (ACP Industrial Area A) Harjinder Singh said, “We are investigating the topic. Statements of both head constable and SHO will be verified.”


Meanwhile, Sajan has been booked below sections of 353 (Assault or criminal drive to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 181(False remark on oath or confirmation to public servant or individual accredited to manage an oath or confirmation), 333 (Voluntarily inflicting grievous harm to deter public servant from his duty of IPC.




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