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Drug officer murder case: Family alleges MCC violations

Drug officer murder case: Family alleges MCC violations in giving arms license

Chandigarh: On Thursday, electorial officer of Punjab has requested for the complete report from the Rupnagar district election officer about murder of woman drug officer Neha Shoree that was shot dead. Because the family of woman drug officer claimed that the culprit has violates the norms of model cod e of conduct. Punjab’s Cheif Electoral officer S Karuna Raju said, ” “We will see whether MCC violations have taken place (in matter pertaining to issuance of an arms license).”

Officer said that family of deceased filed an application on Wednesday evening that model code of conduct has been violated while issuing the license of pistol to the culprit Balwinder Kumar. The family alleged that Balwinder Kumar was issued the license for a pistol after March 10 when the model code of conduct had come into force.

CEO issued an order to the all CEOs of Punjab to provide the information about whether new arm license issued or any renewal is done after MCC kicked in. After the announcement of dates for the Lok Sabha polls, the MCC came into force on March 10 following which all the licensed weapons were to be deposited with police stations or gun houses.

On March 29, Balwinder Kumar had allegedly shot dead 35-year old Neha Shoree with his .32 bore pistol at her office in Punjab’s Kharar. Later, he shot himself and succumbed to injuries.

 

 

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