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- SHO Suspend Of Thana City Also In Batala, DC Met With Victim Families; The Property Of The Accused Will Be Investigated
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Deputy Commissioner Mohammed Ishfaq, SDM Balwinder Singh interacting with the victims' families.
- Deputy Commissioner Gurdaspur Mohammad Ishfaq met the families of the victims Saturday and expressed condolences
- Police, Excise and Health Department besides Police officers and officials of Civil Administration
Deputy Commissioner Gurdaspur Mohammad Ishfaq met the victims' families on Saturday and expressed condolences in the case of deaths due to poisonous drinking in Batala. After this he held a meeting with SSP Batala Rachpal Singh, senior police officer, SDM Batala Balwinder Singh, SMO doctor Sanjeev Bhalla and officers of Excise Department in the police line. At the same time, the police instructed to take strict action in the case. DC said that all the accused behind this incident will not be spared. The entire incident is being investigated by the government and soon all the culprits will be caught by the police.
During the meeting, DC instructed to investigate the accused as soon as possible and take strict action against them. Along with legal action against the accused, their property should also be investigated. During the press conference, deputy commissioner Mohammad Ishfaq said that the administration is being investigated by the civil and police administration on the deaths in Batala city. Post mortem of some dead has also been done, reports are awaited. Whoever will be accused behind the whole incident. They will not be spared.
The case is under investigation: SSP
SSP Rachpal Singh said that the police is investigating the incident. As soon as the incident was detected, the police had registered a case in Thana City and four suspicious persons have also been arrested. SSP said that he has also served in STF earlier, now as SSP will do everything possible to eliminate drug addiction. Seven people have been named in connection with the case.