IRB constable attacked on way to Lopoke
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An Indian Reserve Battalion (IRB) constable posted in Jammu region was allegedly attacked by some persons on Saturday while he was heading to his village, Lopoke, after attending a hearing in court.
Bachittar Singh, who was later admitted to a private hospital, was attacked with sharp-edged weapons, said police. "A case has been registered and further investigations are on. Bachittar Singh had a matrimonial dispute and a trial was on in court," Amritsar (Rural) SSP Preetpaul Singh Virk said.
A person, who accompanied Singh to the hospital, said while Bachittar was engaged to a girl, he later married another. "The family of the girl Bachittar was engaged to filed a case. Today, they attacked Bachittar when he was returning to his village on a two-wheeler. The assailants first hit the two-wheeler with their car and then attacked him with sharp-edged weapons," the person added.
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