Ponty’s security guards, gun repairman still absconding
- Gandhi vs Gandhi: Priyanka slams Varun, says LS poll not a family tea party
- Supreme Court grants recognition to transgenders as third category of sex
- SC rejects Kejriwal's plea to stay trial in defamation case filed by Kapil Sibal's son
- Unethical, betrayal: Prime Minister Manmohan Singhâs daughter voices family anger
- Modi equates Rahul with kids, says âtoffeeâ has caught his fancy after âballoonâ
Two private security guards and a man who repairs weapons are still evading arrest in the twin murder case of Gurdeep Singh Chadha alias Ponty and his brother Hardeep. The Chadha brothers were killed in a gunfight at their Chhattarpur farmhouse on November 17.
The Delhi Police Crime Branch has raided several locations in Rampur district, Uttar Pradesh, but failed to trace Simranjeet Singh alias Laadi, Jasbir Singh and Jahangir.
Residents of Bilaspur in Rampur, Simranjeet and Jasbir worked as private security for Ponty. The two have been missing since the day after the shootout.
Jahangir (50), a resident of Moti Masjid in Kotwali area, repairs firearms.
Police said they are looking for the three, but none of them has been named as accused in the case. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime-Delhi) S B S Tyagi said: "We would like to talk to them."
The Delhi Police contacted Simranjeet's father Makhan Singh on Saturday to ask for his son's whereabouts.
"They asked me if I know Sukhdev Singh Namdhari. I told them I had never met him and have no information about him", Makhan said.
Namdhari was sacked from the post of chairman of Uttarakhand Minorities Commission after the shootout, during which he was present. Later, Namdhari was booked for the murder of Hardeep.
Makhan told police that Simranjeet visited the house a day after the incident. Simranjeet told his family that he was at Ponty's home on the day of the shootout. Makhan said Simranjeet stayed at home for a day, and left. Since them his mobile phone is switched off.
Makhan claimed that the family had snapped ties with Simranjeet after he married against their wish.
"Around eight years ago, Simranjeet married and shifted to Delhi with his wife. A few years ago, we allowed Simranjeet to come home. Since then he visits us occasionally. He had told us that he was a security guard for Ponty Chadha,'' Makhan said.
- Modi wave is a myth, says Siddaramaiah
- In Mandya, discordant notes in show of Cong unity
- ‘Fakir’ Jankar takes on Pawar might in battle against ‘dynasty’
- Ballot paper in Braille to help blind persons cast their vote
- AAP volunteer attacked
- 64-year-old fights for Punjabi language, gets little support from political parties