Kapurthala Gurdwara manager arrested for lynching, CM Channi said – no evidence of sacrilege

Amarjeet Singh, the manager of Nizampur Gurdwara in Kapurthala, was arrested on Friday for allegedly leading a mob that killed a man in an attempted sacrilege. The Gurdwara manager had alleged that he had seen the man trying to disrespect the ‘Nishan Sahib’ or religious flag. Amarjeet was arrested soon after Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi told him that there was a lynching in Kapurthala There is no evidence of attempted sabotage in the incident, and a murder case will be registered in this case soon. (Kapurthala Gurdwara manager arrested)

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beaten to death in an attempt to desecrate

The Kapurthala lynching took place on December 19, a day after a similar incident at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, where another man was allegedly lynched in an attempt to desecrate. We did not find any sacrilege attempt or any evidence to support it, Channi told reporters. A man used to run the Gurudwara. This matter has reached the murder and the investigation is on. The FIR (already registered in the case) will be amended. According to top sources in Punjab Police, the motive behind the man’s murder is being probed as there is no reason to suggest that he had misbehaved.

There is no visible sign of any sacrilege in the gurdwara (Kapurthala Gurdwara manager arrested)

Police sources said Amarjeet’s links with Pakistani terrorist groups and ISI were well known and in the public domain. He said he was in touch with an official of the Pakistan High Commission in Delhi. Earlier, the police had also said that there was no visible sign of any sacrilege in the gurdwara. The man killed is yet to be identified, but the post-mortem report revealed about 30 injuries, most of them inflicted by swords. The report said the man had deep wounds on his neck, head, chest and right hip of the body and he may have become breathless after a deep cut on the neck. The board of doctors who conducted the autopsy also took the victim’s viscera for chemical examination to ascertain whether he had intoxicated or not. Doctors took samples of his hair, teeth and blood for his DNA test. (Kapurthala Gurdwara manager arrested)

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