It is being told that a big action has taken place in the case of prisoners celebrating a birthday party in the jail. Let us tell you that a birthday party was celebrated by the prisoners in the central jail of Ludhiana and its video went viral on social media. After this video went viral, an investigation started and in this investigation, two deputy superintendents of the jail have been found guilty.
According to the source, the police have arrested Deputy Superintendent Gagandeep Sharma and Satnam Singh. Along with this, information has also come out about these two that both the accused employees take bribes. Apart from this, they supply drugs and mobile phones to the prisoners in the prison barracks. Both used to take bribes. It is being told that these policemen used to take bribe through UPI.
According to the information, the police are now questioning these two employees about the mobile phone used in the birthday party held in the jail after the arrest of the two deputy superintendents. It is being told that the two officials were carrying out illegal activities for a long time with the connivance of the prisoners. They used to take bribes from relatives of the prisoners through UPI.
According to the information, Division No. 7 police arrested four jail inmates Ashu Arora, Sahil Jindal, Ram Ratan, Mukhtiar Singh and their two accomplices Dilpreet Singh of Sarhali village of Tarn Taran and Mandeep Kaur of Sasrali clan on January 17. Mandeep Kaur and Dilpreet revealed during police interrogation that they used to smuggle mobile phones and drugs into the jail with the help of officials.
DCP Dehat Jaskiranjit Singh Teja said that during the investigation, it was found that the jail inmates used to buy drug paraphernalia and mobile phones through Dilpreet Singh and Mandeep Kaur. Teja said that Dilpreet and Mandeep Singh used to hand over mobile phones and drugs to Jail Deputy Superintendents Gagandeep Sharma and Satnam Singh, who used to deliver them to the inmates in exchange for money.
The police investigation revealed that the accused jail officer UPI. used to receive payments through Both were arrested by the police. The investigation of this matter is still ongoing. There can be many revelations. Earlier, a case was registered against the employees under Section 52A (1) of the Jail Act, Section 21 of the NDPS and Section 120B and 34 of the IPC in Police Station Division No. 7.
Now, after the arrest of two jail officials, the police have also added sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act to the FIR. DCP Teja said that more arrests are expected in the case. Police will seize mobile phones of accused jail officials as proof of UPI transactions.