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- The deceased constable was identified as 28-year-old Manjinder Singh, resident of Tarn Taran
- Gunman was stationed with MLA Sanjay Talwar four months ago, then changed to Police Line
A Punjab Police jawan died under suspicious circumstances in Ludhiana on Thursday night. It is being told that he was returning home at night. On the way, the small scale stopped for retirement when it suddenly fell to the ground. The passersby rushed him to the hospital in a hurry. The doctors there declared him dead.
The deceased constable has been identified as 28-year-old Manjinder Singh, a resident of Tarn Taran. He lived in a government quarter in Jamalpur area of Ludhiana. ASI Harjinder Singh of Police Station Jamalpur said that Manjinder, the deceased, was posted as a gunman along with MLA Sanjay Talwar about four months ago. After which he was changed to the police line.
On Thursday night, he was returning from duty to his home. He stopped for short-lived retirement outside DP Colony located at Bhamian Road. Meanwhile, he fell down. Passers-by reported it to the police control room. Police of Jamalpur police station reached Manjinder on the spot and brought him to the civil hospital, but doctors declared him dead.
ASI Harjinder Singh said that at present, the body of the deceased has been kept in the fronts of the hospital. Information has been given to the relatives of the deceased. After his arrival, the postmortem of the body was handed over to the relatives.