AIG assualt accused in 14-day judicial remand
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The three accused in the assault case of AIG S S Mand were remanded in 14-day judicial custody by a local court here on Monday. The accused — Maninderpal Singh alias Sunny Johar, his nephew Amandeep Singh and Rishi Banda were produced in the court after their four-day police remand ended. While the trio were sent to Ludhiana Central Jail, the police have added four more names — Maninderpal's friend Nitin Jethi, two drivers of Johar and Amandeep and another person — in the FIR.
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