A bunch of Nihangs chopped off the hand of an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of Punjab police with a sword and injured two different workforce once they weren’t allowed to go into a vegetable marketplace in Patiala district on Sunday morning all the way through a curfew over the coronavirus pandemic.
ASI Harjeet Singh, whose left hand used to be chopped off from the wrist, used to be rushed from Balbera village to the Government Medical College in Patiala after which referred to the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in Chandigarh.
He is being operated upon at PGIMER, senior officers mentioned.
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Station space officer (SHO) of Sadar police station Bikar Singh and ASI Raj Singh gained accidents of their legs. Yadwinder Singh, an professional of the Punjab Mandi Board, used to be additionally injured within the attack.
Senior superintendent of police Mandeep Singh Sidhu in conjunction with different officers reached the spot and then a police workforce cordoned off the gurdwara at Balbera, the place the Nihangs had been hiding after attacking the workforce.
Karan Bir Singh Sidhu, Punjab’s particular secretary, tweeted that the entire seven Nihangs have been arrested and that certainly one of them used to be injured in police firing and hospitalised. He mentioned the operation used to be supervised by means of Jatinder Singh Aulakh, the inspector common of police of Patiala zone.
Punjab Police leader Dinkar Gupta additionally tweeted concerning the incident.
I’ve spoken to Director PGI who has deputed best Plastic surgeons of PGI for surgical treatment, which simply began. The Nihang crew shall be arrested and additional motion taken quickly.
— DGP Punjab Police (@DGPPunjabPolice) April 12, 2020
“I have spoken to the PGI director, who has deputed top plastic surgeons for the surgery that has started. The nihang group has been arrested and further action will be taken soon (sic),” Gupta wrote.
“Grateful to PGI for full support. Two senior surgeons are doing their best. All of us are praying to Waheguru for his full recovery!” he added.