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Two held for beating 2 villagers over parking

chandigarh Updated: Oct 06, 2014 22:30 IST
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Two residents of Daria village were thrashed and attacked with rods after they entered into an argument with two persons from the same village over the parking.

Giving details, police said that on October 3, Mahinder Singh, a resident of Daria village, who drives a tractor trolly (CH01TA-8542), parked it in the village. Mohan Kumar of the same village started arguing with Mahinder on parking, after which Mohan also called his brother Shiv Shankar and started beating Mahinder.

They also attacked Shri Krishan, who was accompanying Mahinder. Krishan was hit with rods in the head. Both Mahinder and Krishan were rushed to Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Sector 32 by police. Meanwhile, police arrested Shiv Shankar and Mohan Kumar on October 5.

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