ASI dragged the hood of the car in Jalandhar

JALANDHAR/AMRITSAR: Two assistant Punjab police deputy inspectors in security shutdown service were assaulted in two separate incidents in the state on Saturday.

In Jalandhar, a 20-year-old university student and his father were jailed for attempted murder for dragging them onto the hood of their car when the police attempted to arrest them at a police checkpoint. Police also reserved both under the provisions of the Epidemic Diseases Act and the Management Act for violating Covid's blocking restrictions. The main defendant, who was driving the car, was identified as Anmol Mehmi. Her father, who owns an appliance store, was hired as the owner of the car.

The video of the incident, which has gone viral, shows the car trying to speed up with the ASI on the hood and police officers running behind it. After a certain distance, the driver stopped on the side of the road and at the same time a car blocked the driver's door. Then the man was taken out and the police can be seen slapping and slapping him.

The speeding car almost ran over Mulkh Raj, who managed to save his life by jumping onto the hood of the car, said Jalandhar Police Commissioner Gurpreet Singh Bhullar.

In Amritsar Two men allegedly assaulted an ASI on Saturday after police asked them to show documents from the motorcycle they were riding on.

According to the police, Sharanjit Singh, the ASI posted at the Khalra police station, had intercepted two men on a motorcycle near a checkpoint. He asked them to show the motorcycle papers and the driving license, but the men had an argument with the police. One of the men pushed the ASI who fell on the road and his turban fell off.

Police arrested the two men and recorded a case under various sections of the IPC and the Disaster Management Act.

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