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Martyr's wife receives anonymous letters, lodges complaint

Press Trust of India  |  Kurukshetra (Hry) 

The wife of martyr Mandeep Singh, who was killed by terrorists in Macchil sector of last year, has lodged a complaint with the police here after the family received two anonymous letters which they described as a "harassment".

Police said they were investigating the two letters received by the family of the late Army jawan in their village Aantehri here a few days ago.



SHO, Babain, Dalip Singh told reporters today that two letters bearing no address or the person's identity were received by the family.

While one letter was posted from Pipli here, another was posted from Bodhala village, both in Kurukshetra district.

Police, however, maintained that there was no mention of any "threat" in the letters, with Singh saying it was like a "condolence letter".

Prerna, wife of Mandeep, who is posted as a constable at Shahbad Markanda police station, said that letters were some sort of "harassment".

She expressed hope that police would be able to trace those who wrote the letters.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Martyr's wife receives anonymous letters, lodges complaint

The wife of martyr Mandeep Singh, who was killed by terrorists in Macchil sector of Jammu and Kashmir last year, has lodged a complaint with the police here after the family received two anonymous letters which they described as a "harassment". Police said they were investigating the two letters received by the family of the late Army jawan in their village Aantehri here a few days ago. SHO, Babain, Dalip Singh told reporters today that two letters bearing no address or the person's identity were received by the family. While one letter was posted from Pipli here, another was posted from Bodhala village, both in Kurukshetra district. Police, however, maintained that there was no mention of any "threat" in the letters, with Singh saying it was like a "condolence letter". Prerna, wife of Mandeep, who is posted as a constable at Shahbad Markanda police station, said that letters were some sort of "harassment". She expressed hope that police would be able to trace those who wrote ... The wife of martyr Mandeep Singh, who was killed by terrorists in Macchil sector of last year, has lodged a complaint with the police here after the family received two anonymous letters which they described as a "harassment".

Police said they were investigating the two letters received by the family of the late Army jawan in their village Aantehri here a few days ago.

SHO, Babain, Dalip Singh told reporters today that two letters bearing no address or the person's identity were received by the family.

While one letter was posted from Pipli here, another was posted from Bodhala village, both in Kurukshetra district.

Police, however, maintained that there was no mention of any "threat" in the letters, with Singh saying it was like a "condolence letter".

Prerna, wife of Mandeep, who is posted as a constable at Shahbad Markanda police station, said that letters were some sort of "harassment".

She expressed hope that police would be able to trace those who wrote the letters.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Martyr's wife receives anonymous letters, lodges complaint

The wife of martyr Mandeep Singh, who was killed by terrorists in Macchil sector of last year, has lodged a complaint with the police here after the family received two anonymous letters which they described as a "harassment".

Police said they were investigating the two letters received by the family of the late Army jawan in their village Aantehri here a few days ago.

SHO, Babain, Dalip Singh told reporters today that two letters bearing no address or the person's identity were received by the family.

While one letter was posted from Pipli here, another was posted from Bodhala village, both in Kurukshetra district.

Police, however, maintained that there was no mention of any "threat" in the letters, with Singh saying it was like a "condolence letter".

Prerna, wife of Mandeep, who is posted as a constable at Shahbad Markanda police station, said that letters were some sort of "harassment".

She expressed hope that police would be able to trace those who wrote the letters.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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