Kapurthala case: Gurdwara caretaker arrested for murder, other offences; 100 unidentified people booked | Chandigarh News
Police also recovered a pistol on the day he was killed and provisions of the Firearms Act were also added to the case.
Jalandhar Zone IG Gurinder Singh Dhillon says police will identify the rest of the accused from the videos and photos.
He said that the FIR refers to about 100 unidentified people, and among them 25-30 were armed and at the forefront.
Earlier in the day, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi said that investigations showed it was not a sacrifice but a murder and that the police would proceed accordingly.
Police officials said on Sunday that there were no visible signs of sacrifice.
Amarjit sparked a self-sacrificing attempt after he captured the young man at midnight on Sunday morning in a residential area of gurdwara.
Not only did Amarjit notify the police late even when the police station was just across the street, but also refused to hand him over to the police even after the police arrived at the gurdwara complex.
He focused on creating frenzy and the young man was killed in the afternoon by a group of young Sikhs entering a room by breaking its window and attacking him with swords in the presence of of the police.
It is reported that Amarjit has very close connections with high-ranking police officials and that his son is an ASI in the State Intelligence Service.
He was under the scanner when he allegedly attempted a sacrifice at the gurdwara during his Facebook live stream.
While encouraging people, especially Sikh groups to flock to the gurdwara when he linked the arrest of youths to the sacrificial attempt at Darbar Sahib Amritsar on Saturday night, he did not reveal that he spotted he is making tea and eating chapatis in his residential area. House.
The youth has been accused of hurting religious sentiments in Amarjit’s lawsuit.
Official sources have revealed that Amarjit’s son is posted at the State Intelligence Service headquarters in Mohali.
An autopsy of the still-unidentified dead man showed a deep cut in the front of his neck and both his ducts and feeding tubes were cut.
His neck also has a cut on the right side.
Even his skull bones were broken from deep cuts and traumatic brain injuries.
His ribs were also broken and his lungs injured.
Dr Narinder Singh of Kapurthala SMO said: “Most of the injuries on his body were caused by sharp weapons.
The medical team also preserved samples for DNA testing to see if his family had approached the police.