Vicky Gounder, Punjab’s most wanted gangster killed in an encounter. As per the reports, the fierce operation took place in Rajasthan’s Sri Ganganagar district. Along with Vicky Gounder, the Nabha’s jailbreaker master mind Prem Loharia was also killed in the encounter. According to the sources, he was quite active on Facebook from inside the jail. And also he challenged the claims made by the police on the social media website. In past days, he uploaded photos and videos to claim money for murders which he ordered from behind bars too.
Earlier, in 2016, two terrorist and four gangsters were freed by the help of dozens of people when they were taken to Patiala’s Nabha Jail. The police arrested those six after a massive gunfight. But later on, they were freed by getting the help from inside. On Friday, in the fierce encounter by the police two gangsters were killed. And in the encounter, two policemen’s were also suffered from the injuries near Pakki village which just 50 metres away from Punjab border in Rajasthan. Harjinder Bhullar alias Jinder was the real name of most wanted gangster Vicky Gounder who lives in Sarwan Bodla village of the former Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal.
As per the reports, one of the criminal Parwinder Singh Pinda was part of the jailbreak controversy said to police that the jailbreak was carried out just to free Vicky Gounder not the two terrorists including Khalistani terrorist Harmindar Singh Mintoo who was arrested later on. The police reported that they grabbed the information about Vicky Gounder from his recent Facebook post. Punjab’s Chief Minister Amarinder Singh praised Punjab police for killing Vicky Gounder and his aide Prema Lahoria. He tweeted congratulations to Punjab police said excellent work was done by DGP Suresh Arora, OCCU team, Inspector Vikram Brar, DG Intelligence Dinkar Gupta and AIG Gurmeet Singh.
Congratulations to Punjab Police for killing most wanted gangster Vicky Gounder and his aide Prema Lahoria. Excellent work by DGP Suresh Arora, DG Intelligence Dinkar Gupta and OCCU team, including AIG Gurmeet Singh and Inspector Vikram Brar. Proud of you boys.
— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) January 26, 2018