Mohali court issues arrest warrant against former Punjab DGP Sumedh Singh Saini | Chandigarh News


Mohali court issues arrest warrant against former Punjab DGP Sumedh

Former Punjab DGP Sumedh Singh Saini

CHANDIGARH: A Mohali courtroom on Saturday issued an arrest warrant against former Punjab DGP Sumedh Singh Saini in relationship with all the 1991 Balwant Singh Multani disappearance case.
It’s led police to detain Saini and make him before the court by September 25, based on an arrangement.
The authorities on Saturday moved the court to the issuance of an arrest warrant from Saini, the former Punjab director general of police.
Special Public Prosecutor Sartej Singh Narula stated that the Punjab Police group was confronting obstacles in receiving help from the authorities of different nations in the lack of a warrant to detain Saini.
Saini has been stay elusive despite the special investigation group of the Punjab Police conducting raids at several areas.
The SIT has carried out raids at several places in Punjab, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi but failed to detain the former state police chief.
Saini, whose whereabouts were still unknown, was reserved in May in relation to the disappearance of Multani at 1991 if he had been employed as a professional engineer with Chandigarh Industrial and Tourism Corporation.
Saini moved the Supreme Court, trying anticipatory bail in this issue following the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday had disregarded his bail .
The high court had dismissed Saini’s second request that sought quashing of an FIR in the case or the transport of investigation into that the Central Bureau of Investigation.
A Mohali dad had ignored his bail plea on September 1.
The authorities had last month additional murder fee under Department 302 of this IPC from the FIR at the Multani disappearance situation after two former Chandigarh Police employees — ex-UT authorities Inspector Jagir Singh and former ASI Kuldeep Singh who will also be co-accused — turned approver in the disappearance case.
The Punjab Police on September 3 had promised that Saini”absconded” while leaving the Z and security given to him.
He’d abandoned his Chandigarh home without Punjab Police security employees and safety vehicles, such as a jammer automobile.
Saini, a 1982-batch IPS officer, was the youngest DGP from the nation.
He had been eliminated from the DGP article in 2015 later protests faded after sacrilege events. Saini retired in 2018.
Balwant Multani, that had been a resident of Mohali, was picked up by authorities following the terrorist assault on Saini, who was then the senior superintendent of police in Chandigarh, in 1991.
But, the authorities had later asserted that Balwant Multani, son of a former IAS officer, had escaped custody of Qadian Police at Gurdaspur.
Saini and others were booked on the complaint of Balwant Multani’s brother, Palwinder Singh Multani, who’s a resident of Jalandhar.
The case has been filed against them under segments 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder), 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence), 344 (wrongful confinement), 330 (voluntarily causes harm ) and 120 (B ) ) (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code in Mataur police station in Mohali.


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