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Amritsar Bomb Blast: Bikramjit Singh Sent to Police Remand for Five Days

CHANDIGARH, Punjab—Dhariwal resident 26 years old Sikh youth Bikramjit Singh alias Bikram, who has been accused of being involved in hurling a grenade on Nirankari cult’s outlet in village Adliwal (Rajasansi), was produced before the sessions court of Ajnala on November 22. After hearing the arguments of police, the Court sent Bikramjit Singh to police remand for five days.

It is learnt that the police had sought his 14-day custody for interrogating him about the whereabouts of Avtar Singh and other accomplices of the terror module, besides the recovery of weapons, if any.

Meanwhile, the mainstream media outlets have reported that Bikramjit confessed to his crime before the media during his court appearance on November 22.

“On November 4, Avtar brought a hand grenade and a pistol from Majitha and on November 13, we conducted a survey of the spot. We looked for a route to escape that did not have any CCTV camera. On Sunday, I went to Chak Mishri Khan Village on a bike. We removed the number plate of the motorcycle and then proceeded towards Adliwal. We covered our faces on the way,” says Bikram’s version quoted in The Tribune.

Amritsar: It is learnt that the Amritsar police arranged a special meeting of few “selected journalists” with Bikramjit Singh, whose arrest in Adliwal blast case was announced by Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh yesterday.

Bikramjit Singh was presented before a court earlier today and was sent to five days police remand. Media persons present during his court appearance were not allowed to interact with Bikramjit Singh. But later the police itself arranged meet of around four selected journalists. It is learnt that the rural SSP of Amritsar Parampal Singh himself arranged the meet.

Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh displays the picture of Amritsar grenade blast suspects Bikramjit Singh (left) who is arrested by Punjab Police during a press conference at Punjab Bhavan in Chandigarh on Wednesday, November 21 2018. | Photo Courtesy: Express Photo, Jasbir Malhi


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