Case filed against landlords in Ludhiana: Verification of tenants, action taken on 22, police became strict due to increasing crime

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Case filed against landlords in Ludhiana: Verification of tenants, action taken on 22, police became strict due to increasing crime
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Police is seen in action mode to stop the graph of crime growing in Ludhiana, Punjab. On the instructions of Police Commissioner Kaustubh Sharma, a case has started to be registered against the people who do not conduct verification of tenants in the city.

Police are constantly lodging an FIR above the landlords. The police is taking this matter very seriously. Today, Ludhiana police have registered a case against about 22 landlords for not getting the tenants verified. This campaign is being led by ADCP IPS Suhail Qasim Mir.

According to the police, campaigns like checking and verification are being carried out continuously for the city's rumor. Police is conducting surprise inspections daily in hotels and guest rooms etc. Police Commissioner Kaustubh Sharma said that it is very important for the residents of the city that they must get the verification done for the people who have been rented. Has registered a case under. Dugari police have registered a case against Arjun of New Sham Nagar, Dahl police of village Rania, Mohan Singh of village Alamgir for not making verification of tenants.

Meanwhile, Sahnewal Police Four separate cases have been registered under Section 188 of the IPC. In which a case is registered against Balveer Singh, Gurdeep Singh, Harveer Singh and Sher Singh.

Police of Police Station No. 6 A case has been registered against. Similarly, many other police stations have also registered a case against those who do not conduct verification. Appealed to be done, but many people did not apply for the verification of the tenants.

He said that criminal elements hid in the city after committing crime in other states. In some cases, the domestic assistant escaped by carrying out the robbery at the house of her owners. In such a situation, the police have difficulty in finding the accused. People should help in the work of police and the verification of outsiders who stay on rent should be done.

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