Shimla: Nepali youth arrested in the NDPS case escaped from Mandi Sadar police custody in Manali of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Due to negligence, SP Mandi Gurdev Sharma suspended an ASI, head constable and an HHC and ordered a departmental inquiry. Due to this, the headquarters of the police staff suspended due to this police line has been fixed. The Mandi police have also approached the Kullu police to nab a Nepali youth who escaped from police custody.
According to the information received, it has been learned that the police teams are pushing the place and blockade to arrest the vicious vicious people. According to the information, on the night of 10 February, a Nepali youth was arrested in Bhuli Chowk of Mandi city with a quarter to two kilos of charas. During police remand, during interrogation, it was found that the charas youth had to deliver a person to Manali. On which the team planned to capture the Charas kingpin in Manali in a planned manner. On 12 February, the person did not fall into the trap of the police.
The vicious accused, wearing handcuffs while riding in the evening, rescued hands from the police and escaped taking advantage of the darkness. After this incident, the accused is being searched everywhere. SP Mandi Gurdev Sharma said that during the investigation in Manali, an accused youth escaped from police custody. Teams are engaged to catch it. He said that the negligence of police employees has been found in this case. ASI Tej Singh, Head Constable Mukesh, HHC Badri Singh have been suspended. A departmental inquiry against all three is being implemented.