Jalandhar8 hours ago
CP Gursharan Singh Sandhu laughing about the arrested accused
Police have arrested the murderer of an elderly woman who fell from a motorcycle while snatching earrings from her ears in Jalandhar, Punjab. The elderly woman was going with her son on a motorcycle to meet a relative when the robbers on the bike moving from behind started snatching the earrings from the woman’s ears. In this, the woman fell on the road with her motorcycle on her head. He died on the spot due to head injury. The police have solved this robbery and murder mystery within 48 hours.
The two youths who have been caught by the police in the case of robbery and murder, both of them have studied till the eighth group and are addicted to drugs. Both use expensive drug heroin. Both have been identified as Amarjit Singh, son of Resham Singh, resident of village Bute Diyan Channan (Mehatpur) district Jalandhar and Bhuvan Kumar alias Joban, son of Sukhdev Singh, resident of Shamshabad, Nurmahal district, Jalandhar.
Together, both used to carry out the incidents of robbery in secluded places. They used to make their mark on both the women and the elderly. Both have admitted during interrogation that they were active in Nurmahal and Jandiala for the past one month and they have carried out three robbery incidents in this area. A robbery case has been registered against Amarjeet in the police station Mehtpur, while Joban became addicted to drugs after the death of his father and started committing robbery with Amarjeet.
Police Commissioner Gursharan Singh said that on August 24, when 61-year-old Gurbaksh Kaur, along with her son Guravatar Singh son Joginder Singh, resident of Bandala, was going to meet her relative on motorcycle number PB-08CZ-6113, the robbers Amarjeet near Balalke Puli. And Joban started following them. The robbers kicked the motorcycle after pulling the earrings from the ears of an elderly woman Gurbaksh Kaur from a moving motorcycle. Due to this, Gurbaksh Kaur fell on the road on her head when her motorcycle went out of control. The woman had died on the spot.
The CP said that section 379B of the Indian Penal Code has been imposed against both the accused for robbery and section 304 for culpable homicide not amounting to murder. He said that their remand would be taken after presenting them in the court. Other incidents will also be traced from them.