Sunday, June 13, 2021

I could be killed by police in a ‘fake encounter’: Lawrence Bishnoi

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Chandigarh, July 11, 2020-

It may be recalled that the name of Lawrence Bishnoi Gang is being linked to the two incidents of firings which rocked Chandigarh.

In first incident, that took place on 31st of May, some unidentified car borne assailants had fired indiscriminately on the house of brother of Liquor Baron Arvind Singla in Sector 33. While the cars standing inside the Kothi, doors and window panes were hit in the attack, no one was injured.

The second incident had happened in Sector 9, where two gun totting assailants appeared in front of a liquor vend in the market and fired some rounds towards the vend. In this case also, no one was injured. The police are linking the two incidents to Lawrence Bishnoi gang.  (Agency)

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