September 29, 2017 09:17 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

Chandigarh police achieved a major success by nabbing the person namely Sunil S/o Ganda lal R/o # 481/A, EWS, Dhanas, Chandigarh who was involved in the murder of a girl namely Pooja R/o Sec-56, Chandigarh within a short span. 

On 29.9.17 at about 12.45 PM a wireless message was received in police station that someone has stabbed the neck of girl near shop no.26 grain market Sec-26, Chd. Upon this information the police party reached at the spot and found the victim girl was shifted to PGI by PCR vehicle.

A girl resident of BDC, Sec-26, Chandigarh met to the police at the spot who stated that she along with her friend namely Pooja were present at Grain Market and selling vegetables at about 12.30 PM, one boy namely Sunil came there and trying to talk with Pooja. She further stated that Sunil was annoyed with Pooja from last some days. Today Sunil asked to Pooja to go with him but Pooja denied the same, in this act the said boy Sunil put out a knife from his pocket and stabbed the neck of Pooja and fled away from the spot.

Thereafter, the PCR vehicle rushed the victim at PGI Sec-12, Chandigarh. The case FIR No. 204 dated 29.9.17 U/S 307 IPC was registered on the above statement of Jyoti D/o Sh. Ram Avtar Singh R/o # 52, Phase-2 BDC, Sec-26, Chandigarh. In the meantime the information was received in police station from PGI Sec-12, Chd that the admitted girl Pooja succumbed to injuries. Section 302 IPC has been added.

During the course of investigation, a team under the supervision of Insp Jaspal Singh SHO-26, Chd played a pivotal role in arresting the accused Sunil S/o Ganda lal R/o # 481/A, EWS, Dhanas, Chandigarh from area near timber market Sec-26, Chandigarh. Weapon of offence i.e. Knife is recovered, blood stained clothes of the accused and his foot wear has been recovered. The investigation of the case is in progress.

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