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Mohali RPG attack case: Punjab Police recover AK-56 rifle, arrest two harbourers

Written by  Shgun S -- October 22nd 2022 07:49 PM
Mohali RPG attack case: Punjab Police recover AK-56 rifle, arrest two harbourers

Mohali RPG attack case: Punjab Police recover AK-56 rifle, arrest two harbourers

Chandigarh, October 22: Following the arrest of the main accused in the Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) attack case, Charat Singh from Mumbai, Punjab Police recovered an AK-56 assault rifle and arrested his two aides, who helped him with hide-outs. The recovery and arrests were made after the key accused's revelations during the interrogation. The arrested accused have been identified as Syed Mohammad Touseef Chisty alias Chinky of Ajmer, Rajasthan and Sunil Kumar alias Kala. In a statement, Director General of Police (DGP) Punjab Gaurav Yadav stated that following the disclosures of accused Charat Singh, police teams recovered an Ak-56, 100 rounds of ammunition, and a.30 bore pistol. Following Charat Singh's interrogation, police teams arrested Syed Mohammad Touseef Chisty, alias Chinky, from Ajmer in Rajasthan, he added. According to the DGP, investigations revealed that accused Chinky had been in contact with Lakhbir Landa for the last 5-7 years and had arranged for Charat to stay at a guest house called Al-Khadim in Ajmer on Landa's orders. Charat revealed that Landa has sent around 3 to 4 lakhs to Chinky, he added. Also Read | Ex-Chinese president Hu Jintao mysteriously escorted out in front of Xi Jinping The development occurred in the wake of the Punjab Police's ongoing war against anti-social elements, which was ordered by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. In a statement, Director General of Police (DGP) Punjab Gaurav Yadav stated that following the disclosures of accused Charat Singh, police teams recovered an Ak-56, 100 rounds of ammunition, and a.30 bore pistol. Following Charat Singh's interrogation, police teams arrested Syed Mohammad Touseef Chisty, alias Chinky, from Ajmer in Rajasthan, he added. According to the DGP, investigations revealed that accused Chinky had been in contact with Lakhbir Landa for the last 5-7 years and had arranged for Charat to stay at a guest house called Al-Khadim in Ajmer on Landa's orders. Also Read | Madhya Pradesh: 15 killed, 40 hurt as bus collides with truck -PTC News


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