A Hindu Leader Murdered by Gangster in Daylight, Amritsar

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Gangster committed a crime. Hindu leader was murdered by the Gangster in Amritsar, a social networking Facebook has come to a major embarrassment for the Punjab Police Department.

As we have information that Facebook post-Gangster Saraj Sandhu had recently admitted to killing Hindu Sanghar sena leader Vipan Sharma.

The gangster is wanted by the Punjab Police in this murder connection and recently he posted that “killing should not be linked to religion” through the website of Facebook he posted.

The sangha Sena leader was murdered on October 30 and Gangster has been running in Punjab.

Sharma the District President of the organization in Amritsar and he was shot dead in view of the public in Bharat Nagar.

Punjab Police is investigating the case and Punjab Police Department has said that an investigation has started. Also saying that we are verifying whether the Gangster has uploaded the post or anyone uploaded to him.

On Tuesday police had booked the case against Gangster Shubham Singh and Saroj Singh Sandhu Aliaa Mintoo.

Murdered mean to the killing of friend’s father. He says I killed Vipin Sharma because he got punished for his deeds as he conspired to the murder of the father of my close friend.

Also, he says this was unbearable Vipan facilitated the supply of weapons to the assailants of my uncle the Facebook post of Sharad reads there is no religious angle to the murder. We Avenged murder of my friend’s father who was in Amritsar police.

Last week police department arrested Sukhraj Kaur Sandhu’s mother and charges of harboring Hassan and local Court released on bail on Monday.

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