Farmhouse Murder case 3 People Arrested Near Chandigarh in Punjab


Three more people have been arrested in relation with the alleged murder of a 27-year-old Dalit man, whose limbs were chopped off by suspected henchmen of a liquor baron in Abohar.

DIG Bathinda Range Amar Singh Chahal said, “We have arrested three more persons.”

The three  take into custody are know as Harpreet Harry, Radheyshaym and Gulab, Mr Chahal said, adding that they were nabbed from a place near Chandigarh.

Identified as Vicky, was take into custody yesterday from Rajasthan in relation with the case.

Suspected henchmen of liquor baron Shiv Lal Doda, who is said to be a member of a main political party in the state, allegedly chopped off the limbs of the Dalit man, Bhim Sain, in the attack led by one Harpreet Harry after a heated giving back broke out between Mr Sain and Harpreet Harry on Friday night at a farm house in Abohar subdivision area.

An arm and a leg of his friend, Gurjant Singh Janta, were also severed in the attack. Both were rushed to a private hospital where Bhim Sain was announced brought dead.

Police had booked several persons including Harry, Raja, Radheyshyam, Wazir, Gulab, Chhajju, Simran, Happy and some unidentified persons under various sections, including Section 302 (murder), of the IPC in relation with murder.

Facing flak over the alleged murder, the ruling SAD yesterday termed it as a fall-out of “gang rivalry” and asked Congress and other parties in Punjab not to paint it in “caste colour” for “cheap and shameless pursuit of power”.