4 KILLED; 4 INJURED -- Indiscriminate Firing By Army Officer In Punjab

 Punjab Sangrur: The indiscriminate firing by an army man, identified as Jagdeep, killed 4; and injured 4  in Sangrur Punjab on Tuesday.
According to information, the standing man on the first floor  began the firing from an apartment that was cordoned off by the Punjab police . The police besieged the house later. The motive behind this act could not be ascertained yet.
The ASP Sangrur Pritpal Singh told, “The 4 persons were killed and 4 injured.”
The unrest spread for the desecration of Guru Granth Sahib in Punjab Meanwhile it was an unexpected event.
 The para-military forces in the wake of violent protest at many places have been deployed in Amritsar, Jalandhar and Ludhiana.
The trouble began after torn pages from the Sikh holy book were found in Bargadi village on October 12.
The para-military force even after these places have been deployed  in Tarn Taran.
The Sikh protesters were sitting on a dharna since October 12 when a few pages of a torn Guru Granth Sahib were found near a Gurdwara. 
 Police received another complaint of a Sikh holy book that was desecrated in the state’s Bathinda district on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, administrators of Sikh Gurdwaras, or temples, have tightened security in the chambers where the holy texts are kept.
Several Sikh bodies in the state have unitedly launched an agitation against the state government led by Shiromani Akali Dal and BJP. The agitators have accused the NDA partners of shielding the saffron extremists allegedly behind the attack.
Five troops of paramilitary forces have been deployed in the region to prevent the law and order situation to further deteriorate. Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal had called for an emergency meeting between senior bureaucrats and cabinet ministers to normalize the situation in the state.

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