After seven years, a low-intensity explosion/bomb blast near the local Satyanarayana Mandir left seven people injured, the additional sessions court release the last of the inculpate arrested in the case, citing short of evidence.
Ramandeep Singh Goldy was exempted of all charges as the investigation team led by the Patiala SSP Ranbir Singh Khatra was unsuccessful to elaborate his part in the explosion that happened on April 10, 2010.
The Khanna police had arrested co-inculpate Harminder Singh, known to be a Babbar Khalsa activist, Jaswinder Singh of Rajpura, Manjinder Singh of Hussainpur and Gurjant Singh of Zirakpur.
They had been registered under the Explosives Act. In August 2014, the court had cleared the quartet, whom the police had dubbed as terrorists.
In November 2014, the Punjab Police had declared that Ramandeep Singh alias Goldy had been caught from the Chennai Airport soon after he was brought there from Malaysia.
The police had then asserted that Goldy, said to be a KTF leader, was wanted for the July 2009 killing the president of the Rashtriya Sikh Sangat, an RSS affiliate, and the bomb blasts in Patiala and Ambala in August 2010.
The president of the Rashtriya Sikh Sangat S.Rulda Singh murder case is still pending in a local court.
The police had supposed that after Linda’s murder, Goldy had escaped to Thailand, from where he went to Pakistan and underwent arms training for two weeks before returning back to India.
Goldy’s committee member Barjinder Singh Sodhi said: “The police named him as the Mastermind but was unsuccessful to proposed any proof/evidence to back their assert.” Sodhi said his client’s name was not registered in the original FIR. “The investigators unsuccessful to establish his link with the matter.”