Gunshots were fired in the air by some unidentified people near the Delhi-Singhu border, where thousands of farmers are protesting since November 26 against three farm laws, on Sunday night. Though no one was injured, the incident has caused panic among the locals, following which security has been beefed up for the police.
Police sources, quoted by Dainik Jagran, said that the incident happened around 2 am on Sunday when four men came in a car and fled after firing three rounds in the air. The sources said that men were likely from Punjab as they were using a vehicle that had a number plate of Chandigarh.
Following the incident, police personnel from Haryana’s Kundli reached the spot and launched an investigation. Sources told Dainik Jagran that the police have recovered the CCTV footage and are trying to identify the miscreants.
Report by Chetali S M
Reported on – 08/03/2021
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