One thing that has been in the news for a day is that two gangsters allegedly involved in the murder of singer Sidhu Moosewala were killed in a nearly four-hour-long encounter with the Punjab Police at an Amritsar village on Wednesday, an officer said.
Not only this, three policemen and a journalist were also injured, said police. And after the two gangsters were killed, police investigated the location of their visit. During their investigation, it has come to light that in November 2021, the police recovered a cache of weapons near the mansion in village Bhakna, six kilometres before the India-Pakistan International Border, where gangsters Jagroop Singh Roopa and Manpreet Kussa were hiding on Wednesday. These weapons had arrived from Pakistan. A consignment of heroin was also recovered from here.
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About The Mansion
When the media personnel reached the mansion owner, Balwinder Singh Billa's house, he refused to talk. The close ones definitely said that they did not even see the face of the closed mansion for many days. Yes, if the fodder has to be kept for the animals, then they store it there in the mansion. Police have returned the tractor trolleys in which bullets were fired during the encounter outside the haveli to the owner, Balwinder Singh Billa. However, the forensic team has completed its investigation in this regard.
Austria-made Pistol Found
DCP Mukhwinder Singh Bhullar said that two Austria-made pistols have been recovered from the possession of the gangsters, which are being investigated. The local connection between Jagroop and Manpreet is also being investigated. The investigation is also going on into the Corolla and Thar cars.
They removed a pistol and 31 AK-47 rifle cartridges from the scene. According to the authorities, a bag that was also found at the scene yesterday contained a damaged phone and ammunition. A car dropped the pair off at the scene, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police (Investigation) Mukhwinder Singh Bhullar. The suspects who dropped them off at the house were being sought after.
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During the investigation and forensic reports, it has also been reported that at Bhakna, the village where the deceased gangsters were staying, not only two but around eight to ten people. Punjab Police came across the shooters Jagroop Singh Roopa and Manpreet Singh Manu Kussa, and the forensic team has many crucial hints at their disposal. According to the team, this house was occupied by eight to 10 people two days ago. Many people in the haveli had their fingerprints taken by the team.