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ASI’s son among 10 booked for partying during Night Curfew, keeping illegal weapon – Restaurant Sealed

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Jalandhar 8 Sept, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)
Jalandhar police have registered an FIR against ten persons including son of an ASI for partying during night curfew restrictions & for possessing illegal weapon, and against owner of Masala Zone restaurant in Adampur, Jassi Bansal, which has also been sealed.

The accused Karamvir Kaily s/o Gurmail Singh r/o Adampur, who had 3 FIRs on his name and was now on bail, had thrown a birthday party at the restaurant for his group of 8-10 friends. He also managed to escape from the spot when the police raided.

Acting on a tip off, a police party had raided the restaurant on intervening night of 6th and 7th September and found 8-10 boys partying. Police managed to arrest two persons from the spot and efforts are on to catch others at the earliest, the spokesperson said.

Two arrested have been identified as Ankit Thapa, and Jaspal Singh. An FIR no 211 u/s 188 IPC, 51 DM Act, 25 Arms act dated 7.09.2020 has been registered at PS Adampur, the spokesperson added.

While fleeing Karamvir Kaily dropped an illegal weapon also. He is the son of an ASI posted in 7BN PAP and is now posted at Shambu barrier.

On the basis of interrogation of arrested persons and CCTV footage, 8 persons have been identified. All 8 persons have been nominated in the case and manhunt is underway to nab them at the earliest, the spokesperson added.


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