Mohali police arrest confederate of slain gangster, crack extortion ring


The Mohali police on Friday arrested a detailed confederate of slain gangster Jaipal Singh Bhullar. Police additionally recovered weapons from the accused. Mohali Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Vivek Sheel Soni mentioned {that a} particular operation was launched by the police towards numerous gangsters and so they have had a serious breakthrough with the arrest of Harbir Singh Sohal, a detailed affiliate of infamous gangster Bhullar and Jasprit Singh Jassi, who have been neutralised by Kolkata
STF on the inputs offered by Punjab Police, in June, 2021.

The SSP added that police acquired info relating to Harbir Sohal and Amritpal Singh alias Satta who have been hiding in Kharar. Arshdeep Singh alias Arash Dalla, now based mostly in Canada, and his affiliate Gurjant Singh alias Janta, now based mostly in Australia, have been dealing with each the accused and giving them directions.

“They have been making extortion calls from overseas. Sohal and Satta have been accumulating the cash on behalf of their handlers based mostly overseas,” the SSP added.

A case of extortion and Arms Act was registered Kharar (metropolis) towards his different accomplices and inputs have been acquired towards the gang. Raids have been carried out at their hideouts from the place Sohal was arrested however Satta managed to flee.

Two .30 caliber Chinese language pistols, three magazines, 50 reside cartridges together with 4 9 mm pistol magazines have been recovered.

Soni additional briefed concerning the arrested of Harbir Singh, who can be a Punjabi lyricist and singer by occupation and near Bhullar and Jassi.

Sohal was absconding from the day two ASIs of Jagroan police have been killed by Jaipal Singh and Jaspreet Jassi. Harbir disclosed throughout the preliminary investigation that Jaipal had purchased a big sum of property within the title of Harbir and his relations with the money he gathered by committing main robberies like Banur money van of 2017 (Rs 1.33 crore), 30 kg gold loot at IIFL, Firm of Ludhiana in 2020 and numerous others.
Police events have been dispatched to varied locations to arrest the opposite accused.


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