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No separate FIRs, homicide instances registered for gurdwara lynchings

Via Specific Information Carrier

CHANDIGARH:  No separate FIRs had been registered for the lynchings over the alleged sacrilege makes an attempt on the Golden Temple in Amritsar and the Kapurthala gurudwara.

Relating to lynching on the gurdwara in Kapurthala’s Nizampur village, the FIR has been registered for ‘outraging non secular emotions’. “The police may also examine the homicide perspective within the case registered and accordingly take motion,. There is not any wish to sign in a separate homicide case. At the present our precedence is to ascertain the identification of the person (enthusiastic about sacrilege strive),” stated Kapurthala SSP Harkamalpreet Singh Khakh.

Within the Golden Temple case, the Amritsar police has registered a case of outraging non secular emotions and try to homicide and in addition a Particular Investigation Staff has been shaped to probe the incident.  

“A unmarried case of outraging non secular emotions and try to homicide used to be registered because the sacrilege came about first after which therefore the individual used to be crushed to demise. At some point of investigation, because the details come to gentle, sections might be added accordingly,” stated a police officer.

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