3 including retired IPS sentenced after 30 years: Family dissatisfied, wife Paramjeet will go to Additional Court in Surjit Singh kidnapped case

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3 including retired IPS sentenced after 30 years: Family dissatisfied, wife Paramjeet will go to Additional Court in Surjit Singh kidnapped case
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In the Surjit Singh case, who went missing from the custody of Punjab Police, the CBI court sentenced 3-3 years imprisonment to 3-3 years, including retired IPS Balkar Singh, 30 years after the incident. Apart from Balkar Singh, retired SHO Udham Singh and Sub Inspector Sahib Singh are included in it. But the families are dissatisfied with this justice found after 30 years. The victim's family will now argue in the upper court, so that the punishment of the culprits can increase. The case is dated 7 May 1992. A young man named Surjit Singh was picked up by the police from the village of Paursi Rajput village in Amritsar. The then DSP IPS Balkar Singh, SHO Udham Singh and Constable Udham Singh took this action. The rest of Surjeet's companions were released, but after that Surjeet never returned home. After which the family turned to the high court. The High Court found some suspects in the case and investigated it to CBI in 2000. There were 9 accused in this case. Of which 5 were acquitted by CBI, while one, Satwant Singh died. The family has not said that Paramjit Kaur, wife of Sudhushlapata Surjit Singh, issued an dissatisfaction on the decisions that came from the CBI court. He said that after 30 years, the accused were sentenced to just 3-3 years. His family was completely shattered in these three years. Only Surjeet was the one who earned the house. After he left, there was no food in the family. Once the High Court had given financial assistance of Rs 1.50 lakh, but this is not enough. He will now go to the upper court and appeal to increase the sentence and provide financial assistance to the family. Paramjeet narrated the story of 7 May 1992 that the village Pausi Rajput was surrounded by the police at around 11 pm on 7 May 1992. Police had reached the village after filling up in about 30 vehicles. Announcement was done from the speaker of the village Gurdwara Ghar in the village and asked all the men of the village to come to the dargah in the village. Everyone sat there till 6 pm. But after that everyone was released. But he took Surjeet to the Jandiala Guru police station. He also reached the police station with the panchayat. The panchayat testified Surjeet and urged him to leave. But the then SHO refused to leave him. After noon, it was found that apart from Surjit Singh, Paramjit Singh and Jatinder Singh were taken to the Intaring Center (now Punjab Police's intelligence branch department) at Mal Mandi, Amritsar. Surjeet's name appeared in the news on the 9th. On May 7, Surjeet was arrested by the police on the night of 8 May. 9 days later, the police sent a message to the panchayat - Dopramjeet informed that the police sent a message to the panchayat about 9 days after the incident. The oral message said that 'Offer bhog'. After this, it took four years to cover his family. There was no ration to eat at home. Sometimes brother or sometimes relatives used to come and help. But in the end, in 1996, he dared to file a petition in the High Court. In 2000, the High Court suspected the police and the investigation of the case was handed over to the CBI on their orders. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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