Two ex-SOPU members clash
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Present to appear in a case of attempt to murder in a local court, two former member of Students Organization of Panjab University (SOPU) party got into a clash in which the respondent, against whom the case is going on, sustained head and leg injuries.
Amandeep Singh, former president at DAV College and a SOPU member allegedly beat Amninder Singh, another former SOPU member and a student of the same college, when the two appeared in the local court on Wednesday. Two years ago when both were competing for the post of president, they had a violent spa. The then president, Amandeep, had registered a case of attempt to murder against Amninder.
The victim has sustained a fracture in the leg.
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