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Refer trial of Arman Sandhu’s killers to fast track court: Sunil Jakhar

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Abohar, November 23, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)
Expressing deep grief and sorrow over the brutal killing of Arman Sandhu, who was a student of the LRS DAV Sr Sec Model School in Abohar, by two kidnappers, PPCC president Sunil Jakhar today demanded that the trial in the case should be referred to a fast track court to ensure exemplary punishment to the accused at the earliest possible.

He said that the incident deserves to be condemned in strong words, it was a heinous crime against the children and the fast track court can be expected to complete the trial and punish the culprits as soon as possible so that such ghastly incidents don’t shake the society in future.

“All of us are feeling shocked that a minor boy was kidnapped and brutally murdered by two miscreants who were known to the family,” he said. Expressing sympathies with the family of the child, he said our heart goes with the Sandhu family and the government stands fully with them. The culprits need to be punished promptly.

Jakhar said that he would request Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh to direct the administration take proper steps to prevent reoccurrence of such serious crimes against children.

Also, the state govt should draft a policy to refer all such heinous cases to fast track courts, he added.

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