Sikh Preacher Sandeep Singh Attacked in Ludhiana

Attack on Damdami Taksal Preacher Sandeep Singh in Ludhiana,Sharp eadged weapons used.Car damaged. Katha Wachk Sandeep Singh admitted in DMC and according to ABP Sanjha he is seriously injured. The incident took place at Vishkarma Colony of Ludhiana. According to Reporter Yadwinder Singh, Katha Wachk Sandeep Singh was coming out from the Vishkarma Colony when 10-12 people attacked him. The reason behind attack may be “Pardhangi of Gurdwara”. Police investigate the incident.

Within few hours after the attack on Sikh preacher associated with Damdami Taklsa, the police have apprehended three persons, on Sunday at Ludhiana. The accused have been identified as Joga Singh, Harsimrat Singh and Gurdeep Singh natives of Ludhiana. Preliminary investigation revealed that around a dozen armed men were involved in the attack. Station house officer (SHO) Shimlapuri said that the police teams have been dispatched to trace the whereabouts of the absconders. Meanwhile, the case has been registered against the eight persons.

The incident took place in afternoon at Vishkarama colony near Gill road when around ten persons attacked preacher associated with Damdami Taksaland damaged the Innova car. Victim Sandeep Singh has come to attend a religious ceremony at the Gurdwara of Vishkarma colony. A group of sikh in the ceremony opposed the honor to Sandeep Singh that turned in violence.

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