Servants drug two, rob doctor's house
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Police have registered a case of theft against two men for allegedly decamping with more than Rs 5 lakh in cash, jewellery and other valuables from renowned Dr Wahegurupal Singh Sidhu's house on October 25 in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar.
Dr Wahegurupal said: "Deepak had come to our house on October 1 when our old servant Keshav said that he was going to Nepal for two months. He brought Deepak as his substitute. Keshav came back on October 15 but on October 21 said his daughter was sick and went on leave. Deepak was at our place during the time of the robbery."
The doctors wife Dr Harkamal's parents Inder Singh Bagga (82) and Harmohinder Kaur (83) were staying at the house and were sedated by Deepak by allegedly mixing sleep-inducing drugs in their food before committing the crime.
Dr Wahegurupal Sidhu is the medical superintendent of BL Kapur memorial hospital and his wife Dr Harkamal Sidhu is the deputy MS of the same hospital.
"On October 25, Deepak served lunch to our parents and soon after eating they became unconscious," said Dr Waheguru adding that when he came home at about 7.30 pm, the lights had not been turned on and his mother and father-in-law were lying on a sofa.
Police have registered an FIR against Keshav and Deepak, however, preliminary investigations have revealed that more than five persons may have entered the house.
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