Kolianwali, son, three others implicated in cross-case. A day after booking 13 persons including four Congress men for launching a murderous attack on Shiromani Akali Dal’s Muktsar district president and SGPC member Dyal Singh Kolianwali’s son Parminder Singh Koilianwali, Malout city police on Tuesday registered a parallel case on the allegations of the accused group as two members of theirs were also admitted in hospitals.In the fresh case, which is being considered as a cross-case, Police have booked Dyal Singh Kolianwali, his injured son Parminder Singh Kolianwali, nephew Pardeep Singh and two close aides Hardeep Singh and Navjinder Singh. The FIR carries the Sections 307, 323, 506, 427, 148, 149 and 120-B of the IPC and 25, 27 of the Arms Act, under which the police had earlier booked Shubhdeep, Bakshish and Manna group.Divulging details, Malout SHO Buta Singh said that after the violent clash took place in the city on Sunday evening, Parminder had got admitted in a private hospital of Bathinda, while two members of his rival group, namely Gurmeet Singh and Sonu, were admitted to Faridkot and Malout hospitals. As per Gurmeet’s allegation, he along with Sonu and Mann was riding a scooter, when Parminder hit the two-wheeler from behind with his Altis car. He along with his aides attacked the three and also opened fire of which one bullet pierced through his leg.The SHO said, acting upon the complaint a case was registered against the persons he named, whereas the injuries were yet to be ascertained by the doctors as the medico-legal report was awaited. He disclosed that among the five booked in the fresh FIR, Dyal Singh Kolianwali was charged with accusation of hatching the whole conspiracy. In the earlier registered FIR, Congress leader Shubhdeep Singh Bittu, his uncle Bakshish Singh Sidhu, two nephews Manpreet Singh aka Manna, Dhanjit Singh aka Dhanna and nine unidentified persons were facing the same charges. No arrest has been made so far.Notably, earlier Manpreet Singh Manna had refuted the allegations of being present on the spot but now in the statement given by his injured friend Gurmeet Singh, Manna was among him riding the scooter, when clash took place. Meanwhile, former Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal along with various other party leaders visited Kolianwali in Bathinda hospital for second consecutive day.
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