Amarinder visits Bhaini Sahib, assures results in Mata Chand Kaur murder case

By 24th November 2017 0 Comments

Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday called on Namdhari sect chief Thakur Uday Singh to seek blessings at the sect’s headquarter at Bhaini Sahib, about 25 kilometres from Ludhiana.
In the closed door meeting during his stay lasting about an hour, Amarinder assured the spiritual head of Namdharis of concrete results soon in the sensational murder case of Mata Chand Kaur, wife of late Satguru Jagjit Singh.

She was gunned down by motorcycle-borne youths in April 2016 at Bhaini Sahib. No headway could be made in the case so far with the accused still out of the police net.
The visit was primarily a personal and the first one since Amarinder became the Chief Minister.

Bhaini Sahib spokesman Lakhvir Singh Badowal said Capt Amarinder held a closed-door meeting with Satguru Uday Singh, Sant Jagtar Singh, HS Hanspal and Sant Surinder Singh.
Sultanpur Lodhi MLA Navtej Singh Cheema and other Congress leaders were also present at the meeting.
Mata Chand Kaur, the wife of late Satguru Jagjit Singh, was shot dead in the dera complex on April 4, 2016. She was visiting an educational institution along with her driver on an electronic golf cart when two motorcycle-borne persons had intercepted the vehicle and opened fire at her.
Mata Chand Kaur’s case is said to be the only high-profile targeted killing in the state in the past year and a half that is yet to be solved. Meanwhile, Capt Amarinder assured help to restructure the Astroturf in Bhaini Sahib.

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