Sukhbir Singh Badal car attacked, four injured in clash between SAD and Congress

FIR registered against Congress MLA Raminder Singh Awla, his son and 60 other unnamed accused in connection with Jalalabad incident

The Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal car was attacked and vandalized today in a clash between congress and SAD. The party alleged that the vehicle of its chief Sukhbir Singh Badal was pelted with stones when party workers were attacked by Congress members in Punjab’s Jalalabad. Four persons were injured in the incident at Jalalabad Tehsil complex. However, Badal was unhurt, they said.
 
Badal was accompanying Akali candidates for filing of nomination papers for the February 14 civic polls. Elections to eight municipal corporations and 109 municipal councils and nagar panchayats in Punjab will be held on February 14.
 
His media advisor Jangveer Singh alleged that Akali workers were attacked by the Congress workers led by son of ruling party MLA Raminder Singh Awla.
 
According to the party "Congress goons stoned SAD president’s vehicle, fired and injured two Akali workers" Jangveer Singh claimed that the police remained ”mute-spectator” during the whole incident. SAD leader Parambans Singh Romana alleged that Congress workers also fired from their guns. Three suffer bullet injury.
 
FIR registered against Congress MLA Raminder Singh Awla, his son and 60 other unnamed accused in connection with Jalalabad incident wherein SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal's vehicle was attacked earlier today.

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