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Complainant Gurpreet Singh and Ashu supporters clash outside Vigilance office.
Vigilance has got 4 days remand of former minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu, arrested in the transportation tender scam during the previous Congress government in Punjab. Meanwhile, a clash broke out between the supporters of the complainant Gurpreet Singh and former minister Ashu in the Transportation tender scam outside the Vigilance office today.
The reason for the clash is being told that Sunny Bhalla, a supporter of ASHU, pointed the finger at the complainant, after which the complainant Gurpreet Singh and other small contractors protested. Soon the matter escalated. The police, who came to the rescue, pacified the matter.
While talking to the complainant contractor Gurpreet Singh said that this morning Sunny Bhalla went by commenting while passing by him, but he ignored this thing. Then again in the afternoon for the second time, Sunny Bhalla again showed him the finger, after which there was a protest.
Former minister Ashu supporters arguing with complainant Gurpreet Singh and other small contractors.
Small contractors said he was not afraid. Ashu’s special people are threatening him. Section 144 is in force in the city, so how are the Congressmen sitting in the government hall by putting up tents. He demands from the administration that the tents of Congressmen should be uprooted. At the same time, Sunny Bhalla, a supporter of Ashu, denied all these allegations.
Neeraj Chaudhary, in-charge of police station division number 8, reached the spot. He spoke to the complainant Gurpreet Singh and other contractors. He said that the matter is under consideration. Sitting in the police station and talking will be done.