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Car of Olympian Rajinder Singh stolen from Guru Gobind Singh Stadium

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Jalandhar, July 10, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
The Car of Olympian Rajinder Singh, Chief Coach Hockey Punjab stolen today from the local Guru Gobind Singh Stadium.

According to Iqbal Singh Sandhu, Secretary of the Surjit Hockey Society said that the car of Daronacharaya Awardee Rajinder Singh, who was recently appointed as Chief Hockey Coach, Punjab was stolen from outside the stadium while he was coaching the players inside the stadium.

The police were informed about the incident involving Swift car bearing registration number PB08-CR-6338.

The cops have started investigation and CCTVs are being viewed.

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