A few days ago, Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri got shot in a public place in daylight by an unknown man. Later, the accused was apprehended. Sudhir Suri was shot in Amritsar, where he was protesting outside the temple.
The reason for his shooting is thought to be that Sudhir Suri used to make disparaging remarks about a particular community, Sikhism. He used to defame the Khalistanis, Sikhism, and religion. He had received numerous death threats as a result of his remarks about one community. Because of his derogatory speeches about a certain religion and then getting death threats from unknown numbers, he has been given Y-Category security.
The news has been coming in that on the day that Sudhir Suri was shot dead, the security personnel were missing from their duty places. Big trouble for those security police personnel has erupted. Soon the SIT (Special Investigation Team) and police commission will take on the security police who were there on the day of the incident.
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The police are seriously investigating this matter, and the shortcomings of the police have also come to the fore. On the other hand, the remand duration of seven days for the accused Sandeep Singh Ramgarhia has also been completed today, and the police will present him in court today. Many security personnel were not present at the scene when Suri was killed.
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He has been allotted eighteen security guards with him and one gypsy, but on the day of the incident, it has been found by the investigation that many police officers on that day were not present on the spot. The police are now probing which officers were absent on the day of the incident.
The police can present Sandeep in court anytime after noon. The police will now demand 10 more days of remand in this case. The forensic report of mobile devices and other electronic gadgets is yet to come to the police, on the basis of which the police will demand more remand.