Punjab: Police to really go for lie detector test in lost’saroop’ instance | Chandigarh News


Punjab Police to go for lie detector test in missing Giv.in

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PATIALA: The authorities in Patiala have pioneered the procedure for lie detector test of a few persons to further research in the topic of lost saroop of Shri Guru Granth Sahib at Kalyan village of Patiala.
Resources demonstrated that the authorities have opted to opt for lie detector evaluation of 3 individuals that are supposed to participate in the offense or have some hints about it.
The authorities have permission from the courtroom with this particular test. The lost or disappearance of this saroop from Gurudwara Ardaspur Sahib at Kalyan village has been discovered in July this year by a single of those self-acclaimed saint who’s being questioned by law enforcement.
Looking to the seriousness of the topic that the authorities didn’t discuss the names of the suspects being interrogated or to be obtained to get a lie detector test over the lost Saroop of Shri Guru Granth Sahib.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, Sarbat Khalsa appointed Jathedar Amrik Singh Ajnala attained the Gurudwara assumptions and held a peaceful demonstration to demand the arrest of those accused involved in the offense and follow the Saroop as soon possible.
SSP Patiala, Vikramjit Singh Duggal stated,”We have pioneered the procedure for lie detector test and shortly a few of the suspects might need to experience lie-detection. We wouldn’t disclose anyone’s name in this moment”


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