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Hisar church attack: accused sent to 14-day judicial custody

punjab Updated: Mar 18, 2015 20:40 IST
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Hindustan Times
Hisar church attack case

The-under-construction-church-in-Hisar-Haryana-which-was-attacked-on-Sunday-ANI-Photo

The police on Wednesday produced the prime accused in the Hisar church attack case, Anil Godara, in a court in Hisar, which sent him to 14-day judicial custody.

A police spokesperson said, “After the arrest of one of the 14 accused named in the FIR (in connection with the attack on church in Kaimari village), police is now trying to nab the remaining 13 persons who have gone absconding”.

Sources said that police have also detained some villagers to know the whereabouts of the absconding accused, named by complainant church priest Subhash Chand.

Meanwhile, in order to sort out the issue amicably, the warring parties had reportedly had a closed-door meeting at the house of senior Congress leader and former minister Sampat Singh at Hisar. The meeting was in progress at the time of filing this news report.