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Sec­tor 22 murder: Ac­cused sent in 3-day po­lice re­mand CHANDI­GARH: Chief ju­di­cial mag­is­trate Ra­jesh Garg sent two per­sons ar­rested for the murder of Kailash Chand, owner of Raj Pro­vi­sional Store in Sec­tor 22, to three-day po­lice re­mand on Mon­day. Ac­cused San­chit Verma, 25, and Nazir Khan, 25, had shot Kailash Chand on Thurs­day. Ac­cord­ing to the po­lice, they have re­cov­ered the weapon used for the crime. The po­lice have also re­cov­ered the stolen jew­ellery as well as cash from the pos­ses­sion of ac­cused. The po­lice in its ap­pli­ca­tion had sought 14 days po­lice re­mand of the ac­cused to track the source of bullets and the weapon used for the crime. The po­lice said the ac­cused with the in­ten­tion of rob­bing the pro­vi­sional store had en­tered into the shop but later fired at Kailash Chand. Main ac­cused still at large CHANDI­GARH: Two days have lapsed since the po­lice claimed to have cracked the rob­bery and murder case in Sec­tor 22, but the prime ac­cused is still at large. Rakesh who fired the shot is yet to be ar­rested by the Chandi­garh po­lice, though it claimed that they had all de­tails of the ac­cused. The po­lice be­lieved that the prime ac­cused was in Ut­tar Pradesh on the ba­sis of tower lo­ca­tion of the mo­bile he was us­ing. The po­lice also claimed that Rakesh had switched off the mo­bile and had not even con­tacted his fam­ily. Mean­while, it is still not clear whether Prince would get his share in prize money for fa­cil­i­tat­ing the sur­ren­der of ac­cused. The po­lice had claimed that the youths ex­e­cuter the rob­bery for easy money. Nine held for con­sum­ing liquor in pub­lic CHANDI­GARH: Two per­sons were caught for steal­ing while two oth­ers were booked for snatch­ing and theft. In the first case Lalu Singh res­i­dent of Butrela vil­lage al­leged that Raj Ku­mar of the same area was caught red handed while steal­ing his mo­bile phone from his room on July 30. The ac­cused has been ar­rested. Mean­while, Inder a res­i­dent of Butrela vil­lage of Sec­tor-41, al­leged that two un­known per­sons on a Pul­sar mo­tor­cy­cle, sped away af­ter snatch­ing a purse con­tain­ing Rs 5,000 from a lady Sashi Kanta, a res­i­dent of Sec­tor-40-A, on July 29. A case un­der Sec­tion 356,379 of IPC has been reg­is­tered at the Sec­tor 39, po­lice sta­tion. Two caught while steal­ing, one booked for snatch­ing CHANDI­GARH: Two per­sons were caught for steal­ing while two oth­ers were booked for snatch­ing and theft. In the first case Lalu Singh res­i­dent of Butrela vil­lage al­leged that Raj Ku­mar of the same area was caught red handed while steal­ing his mo­bile phone from his room on July 30. The ac­cused has been ar­rested. A case of theft has been reg­is­tered in the mat­ter. Dr Munish Ro­hila, ju­nior res­i­dent pathol­ogy depart­ment at PGIMER re­ported that some­one had stolen his Pul­sar mo­tor­cy­cle (RJ-23M3M-4232) from the staff park­ing, near Re­search Block ‘A’, PGI. The po­lice have reg­is­tered a case of theft. Two city girls al­lege eve-teas­ing CHANDI­GARH: Two city girls re­ported of eve teas­ing. A girl al­leged that Ga­gan­deep Singh, a res­i­dent of Sec­tor-8-C, out­raged her mod­esty on Sun­day. A case un­der Sec­tion 354 of IPC has been reg­is­tered in Sec­tor 31. In an­other case a girl al­leged that Navi eve-teased her in Sec­tor-44. A case un­der Sec­tion 509 of IPC has been reg­is­tered at the Sec­tor 34 po­lice sta­tion. Three booked for de­fac­ing pub­lic prop­erty CHANDI­GARH: The po­lice booked three per­sons un­der Sec­tion 3 of West Ben­gal Prop­erty De­face­ment Act. In the first case Su­rat Singh and Harpreet Singh were ar­rested for past­ing posters on an elec­tric­ity pole in Sec­tor 11. In an­other in­ci­dent po­lice booked Rinku for past­ing posters on a pil­lar in Sec­tor-17. Both the res­i­dents were later re­leased on bail.

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