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Four held guilty of looting friends at knifepoint

Additional district and sessions judge Shalini S Nagpal on Thursday held four persons guilty of looting four friends at knifepoint.

chandigarh Updated: Oct 09, 2014 22:34 IST
HT Correspondent

Additional district and sessions judge Shalini S Nagpal on Thursday held four persons guilty of looting four friends at knifepoint.


The court held Sonu alias Bakriwala, 25, Arjun alias Muliya, 20, both residents of Mauli Jagran along with Vikasnagar resident Rajan alias Dabbu, 20, and Indira Colony resident Dharampal, 24, guilty of looting a man at knifepoint. The quantum of sentence will be pronounced on Friday.

UT police had arrested the accused on the complaint of Paramjeet Singh, who runs a confectionary shop in Manimajra, on November 25 last year.

According to the complaint, on November 25 last year, Paramjeet Singh was standing outside his shop along with his friends - Sawan Verma, Pankaj and Rajinder alias Raju - when the accused had looted Paramjeet and his friends of a bracelet, gold ring and cash amounting to `4,000 at knifepoint.