A 34-year-old son in Punjab killed his widowed mother after heated arguments over the latter's refusal to give the money received from the government following her husband's death. The victim identified as Jasbir Kaur, 62, was repeatedly hit by her son Satpal Masiah, a labourer following a quarrel on Monday in Shri Hargobindpur areas of Gurdaspur.
"On opening, this packet, 4 Pistols (made in China), 8 Magazines and 47 Rounds were recovered, " said officials.
The UN chief also visited the community kitchen (langar) at the gurdwara, where he was served a traditional meal of rice and lentils.
The government sources further told that the PM will address the public gathering around three kms away from the corridor.
The three students were said to be around 20 years of age and were from Jalandhar and Gurdaspur districts.
An official spokesperson said Punjab Urban Development Authority (PUDA) and other special development authorities including Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA), Patiala Development Authority (PDA), Jalandhar Development Authority (JDA), GLADA, Amritsar Development Authority (ADA) and Bathinda Development Authority (BDA) had put up various properties for e-auction which started on 1 September.
On the complaint filed by Sub-Divisional Magistrate Balbir Raj Singh, Bains was booked under seven sections of the Indian Penal Code, most of the offences non-baliable.
The cause of the blast, which damaged the buildings in radius up to 200 metres, is yet to be ascertained, police said.
A police official said that the firecracker manufacturing unit was running illegally and its licence to manufacture crackers had expired in 2013.