Taking after the death of a SAD laborer amid police raid to scan for unlawful alcohol at his home at Tarmala town in Lambi, the administration today gave over a check for Rs10 lakh to the family and requested an authoritative test.
Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has asked Malout SDM Vishesh Sarangal to test the occurrence and submit report in seven days. The incineration of 62-year-old Gurdev Singh was gone to by previous CM Parkash Singh Badal and senior SAD pioneers of the region. They requested an administration work for the family too.
Congress MLA from Malout Ajaib Singh Bhatti went to the family and gave them a check of Rs10 lakh.
In the interim, the reason for the passing couldn’t be determined in the posthumous, which was directed by a leading body of three specialists at the Civil Hospital, Malout.
“There were just minor scratches on one side of temple and one elbow, which couldn’t build up anything. We have now sent the heart of perished to Faridkot to know whether he kicked the bucket because of heart failure. Furthermore, the viscera tests have been sent to the Forensic Science Laboratory, Kharar,” said a specialist.
Baljot Singh Rathore, SSP, Muktsar,said: “The examination is in progress and starting at now, just ASI incharge of Bhai Ka Kera police post Gurdeep Singh has been reserved and captured for the situation.”
Policemen resent FIR
A majority of the neighborhood policemen communicated hatred that the case was speedily enrolled. “It ought to have been postponed till the request report. And no more, the cops who were a piece of the attacking group could have been suspended,” said a police official.