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112 arrested so far as statewide crackdown continues on Warris Punjab De

 JALANDHAR: A total of 112 persons have been arrested so far as on the second day of the crackdown made preventive arrests of persons attempting to disturb peace and law and order in the state,” a spokesperson of State police said.

How ever, the Punjab Police said that Amritpal Singh remains a fugitive and efforts are being made to arrest him.

“Flag marches by district police and Paramilitary Forces (PMF) companies have been held all over the state.",police said.


 According to sources,during the ongoing search operations, an abandoned ISUZU vehicle bearing registration number PB10FW 6797 has been recovered from village Salina, Police Station Mehatpur, district Jalandhar Rural.

The  vehicle was used by fugitive Amritpal while police were on chase. A .315 bore rifle along with 57 live cartridges, a sword and a walkie-talkie set has been recovered from the abandoned vehicle.

Earlier in the day, the Punjab government extended the suspension of mobile Internet services in the State until Monday noon.

Earlier on Saturday, police arrested, a total of 78 persons and detained several others for questioning.

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