Press Reporter News Service
Mohali, September 30
Former DGP Sumedh Singh Saini skipped look on the third summon issued by the Particular Investigating Staff (SIT) and stored the investigating workforce ready on Wednesday.
In accordance with info, the SIT had issued summons to Saini on Tuesday asking him to look on Wednesday at 11 am at Mataur police station for additional questioning within the Balwant Singh Multani disappearance and homicide case of 1991.
Nevertheless, an software was acquired by way of Ramanpreet Sandhu, claiming to be his counsel, together with a medical prescription which confirmed “ache radiating to his thigh and giddiness” as a result of lengthy travelling prior to now few days.
In accordance with info, Saini had travelled to Chandigarh from Delhi solely on September 25, his solely look earlier than SIT, and there was no purpose for him to journey to Delhi after becoming a member of investigation on that day, stated sources in SIT.
Particular Investigating Staff (SIT), which was not glad with questioning of former DGP Sumedh Singh Saini two days in the past, had issued summons for the third time. Sources in Punjab Police stated SIT didn’t get passable solutions to the sooner questions put to Saini throughout September 28 when he was grilled for about six hours.
Sources stated that they are going to join the sequences of Saini selecting up Balwant Singh Multani until he was tortured and eradicated. SIT has not been capable of set up the lacking hyperlinks within the homicide episode.
Police sources added that Saini can even be questioned for the elimination of different individuals, the names of whom had cropped up throughout the statements recorded by the eyewitnesses.
The previous DGP is dealing with costs of homicide in case of CITCO worker Balwant Singh Multani, son of a former IAS officer Darshan Singh Multani when Saini was serving as SSP of Chandigarh. Saini was booked by Mohali police at Mataur police station below Part 302 of the IPC and earlier than that he managed blanket orders of anticipatory bail earlier than homicide costs had been added to the FIR.