Ground Report | New Delhi: Kapurthala Lynching case; Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Friday said that the incident in Kapurthala, where a man was lynched to death allegedly for attempted sacrilege at a gurdwara, and an FIR is being lodged. Will be amended as no evidence has been found yet.
“In Kapurthala, there is no evidence (found) that there was sabotage. The matter is being investigated… the FIR will be amended.
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Channi clarified that no evidence has been found for this and the matter is being investigated. He informed me that changes will be made in the FIR.
He also announced that the Punjab government would waive off loans of up to Rs 2 lakh for farmers having land up to five acres and it would be implemented within 10 days. The Chief Minister also informed that it has been decided to waive off the loans of landless labourers.
The man was lynched earlier on Sunday at a gurdwara in Kapurthala, allegedly for attempted sacrilege. This came a day after another man was lynched for allegedly attempting to desecrate the Golden Temple in Amritsar. (Kapurthala Lynching case)
Channi also spoke about the blast at a Ludhiana court on Thursday said, “We have started an investigation against the drug mafia. A case has been registered in Mohali followed by a blast in Ludhiana court. I believe there may be a link between them. It should be investigated.” has been.” One person was killed and five others were injured in a blast at a Ludhiana court on Thursday. The injured are undergoing treatment.