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Health deteriorated due to arrest of former Congress MLA accused of illegal mining, admitted in PGI




Published: Tuesday, June 21, 2022, 15:22 [IST]

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Pathankot/Sarna. Former Bhoa Congress MLA Joginder Pal, who was arrested for illegal mining in Punjab, is now admitted in PGI. It is being told that after his arrest, his health deteriorated in police custody. He started gasping. After which he was taken to Chandigarh PGI.

Punjab: Former Congress MLA Joginder Pal admitted at PGI chandigarh

Joginder Pal was produced in the court through video conferencing from Chandigarh PGI itself. Court ordered to send Joginderpal to judicial custody. Let us tell you that the police arrested him on June 17 on charges of illegal mining. At the same time, the bail application of his wife Krishna Devi is to be heard on 27. According to the advocate, Joginder’s bail application is also to be heard. Yesterday, when Joginderpal’s health deteriorated, he had to be admitted to PGI. The action against Joginder Pal came after receiving a complaint from a worker of the ruling Aam Aadmi Party. It is being told that a day before the hearing on Joginder Pal’s bail, he was caught by the Punjab Police.

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It was told in media reports that Joginderpal has been operating Krishna Stone Crusher for the last 10 years. He was the MLA from Bhoa during the government of Captain Amarinder Singh. SHO Shohrat Mann told that, he will now be presented in the court. In the complaint given to the police, the AAP worker had told that, about 25 years ago, Joginderpal had opened a small electric shop (motor binding) in Sujanpur town, which became big in a few years. In the year 2008, when he was again elected as a councilor, in the meantime he turned to Bhoa Halke and started crushing and mining business by setting up a crusher unit in Mehra Kalan. After that, for the first time in the year 2017, Congress gave ticket from Bhoa and became MLA. At the same time, his wife Krishna Devi also became a councilor in Sujanpur in 2015. There are allegations that Joginderpal built a large kothi in Sundarchak after becoming an MLA. Recently, Joginderpal’s troubles escalated when an Aam Aadmi Party worker lodged a complaint with the mining officer on June 7 after a video of mining around the crusher went viral. Investigation found that the declared assets of 57-year-old Joginder Pal, a former Congress MLA, has increased by 300% to Rs 18 crore in 5 years.

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Punjab: Former Congress MLA Joginder Pal admitted at PGI chandigarh, Police arrested him for illegal mining

Story first published: Tuesday, June 21, 2022, 15:22 [IST]

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