Patiala Violence: Police action has started against the accused in the Patiala violence case. In this case, the mastermind Sikh fundamentalist Barjinder Singh Parwana has been arrested by the police. Now the police will interrogate him and go to the bottom of the matter.
Let us tell you that, Parwana already has a criminal background. Four cases are already registered against him in the police stations.
Patiala range's new IG Mukhwinder Singh Chhina said about the incident that, in this case, the police have registered 6 FIRs, in which 25 people have been named. The police had already arrested Harish Singla, Kuldeep Singh and Daljit Singh.
Now Barjinder Singh Parwana has been arrested in the violence case. Mukhwinder Singh Chhina also said that there may be many important revelations in the interrogation.
On the other hand, IG Mukhwinder Singh Chinna said that Rajpura resident Barjinder Singh Parwana is the main accused and one of the main conspirators of the incident. He said that the situation is now completely under control. Punjab Police will take strict action against anyone who has tried to disturb peace and harmony in the area.
The Punjab government transferred three senior police officers, including the Inspector General of Police, with immediate effect after the violent clashes between two groups over the anti-Khalistan march.
The Punjab government had appointed Mukhwinder Singh Chinna as the new IG in place of IG Rakesh Agarwal. At the same time, Deepak Parikh was given the command of Patiala as SSP. At the same time, Wazir Singh was made the new SP.
At the same time, after the violent clash, the police are continuously patrolling the area. Police and district administration has claimed that the situation in the city is under control and peaceful.
At the same time, a large number of police forces have been deployed where the clash took place outside the Kali Mata temple. Let us tell you, during a clash between two groups on Friday, outside the Kali Mata temple in Patiala, stones were pelted at each other and the police had to open fire in the air to bring the situation under control.