Woman Shot Three Times in Head, Drives to Police Station

With three discharge wounds to the head and one on the face, Sumeet Kaur, a 42-year person drove 7 km to a police headquarters in Muktsar region of Punjab to enroll a protest against her sibling and nephew in a land snatch case, police said on Friday.

She said that her nephew who studies in Class 10, took shots at her and her mom, Sukhjinder Kaur, 65, in an attack of wrath over the land dilema at Samewali town of Muktsar on Wednesday evening. Sukhjinder endured two shot wounds in a leg.

Police booked her nephew and her sibling, Harinder Singh. A quest is on for them two.

On arriving at the police headquarters, Sumeet was raced to a private clinic in Muktsar where doctors took our the bullets. Station house official, SHO, Lakhewali, Krishan Singh stated, “After the assault, the injured individual raced to the police headquarters and we conceded her to the emergency clinic in a rescue vehicle. The issue is being examined.”

Mukesh Bansal, a specialist at the clinic, stated, “We are astonished that she endure considerably after three bullets held up in the head. Luckily, the shots cracked her skull and neglected to enter the brain. She is out of threat now.”

Exploited people ASSAULTED EARLIER TOO

In her grievance, Sumeet stated, “We had 40 sections of land and after my dad’s demise, it was isolated among my mom, sibling and me. I got 16 sections of land. Be that as it may, my sibling needs to snatch our offer. He sent his child to execute us.”

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