Harsh firing in marriage finished by authorities rifle, FIR is completed

Chandigarh An ASI and sub-inspector in Ferozepur, Punjab, are in serious trouble. He’s additionally answerable for this, as a result of it’s alleged that in a marriage ceremony, he fired Harsh (firing within the air in excessive enthusiasm). Not solely this, the rifle he used for this firing was official.

A video associated to this incident went viral. Based mostly on this viral video, an FIR has been registered in opposition to each the accused. Police officers say that investigation is happening on this case. Officers are saying that it’s being investigated whether or not the rifle was authorities or non-public.

Considerably, the Punjab Police ASI’s son was married on 10 January. It’s alleged that in this time, ASI used its assault rifle. He fired on this with nice enthusiasm. Not solely this, an SI standing collectively did the identical factor.

A video of the alleged firing was made on the wedding ceremony ceremony and was uploaded on the Web. This video went viral whereas watching it. Details about the incident additionally reached the highest officers of Punjab Police. On this, each policemen have been seen firing.

Native DSP Satnam Singh has knowledgeable that it’s being ascertained whether or not the firing that’s being finished is being finished by the federal government rifle or from another person. He additionally knowledgeable {that a} case has been registered on each on the premise of the video. A particular group of police is investigating the case.

It’s value noting that on the approaching day, such data is obtained that somebody died within the firing of happiness in marriage. In such a state of affairs, this act finished by the policemen is being thought-about as negligence.

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