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Anandpal bashed unknowingly

DNJAI79218 | 8/9/2017 | Author : Kartikey Dev Singh | WC :408 | City-Jaipur

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Jaipur: Just before the Churu encounter, the dreaded gangster Anandpal Singh, whose name struck terror and fear among the public, had to eat a humble pie when he was beaten up creditors of a person who had given him refuge.
The gangster, who had beaten up several men and even killed people with his bare hands, was made to beat a hasty retreat when just three men gave Anandpal the taste of his own medicine.
The story takes place in the backdrop of a village in Hanumangarh district and involves one more character - Sunil Sodhi. "Sodhi is an accused in the Rs 75 lakh loot at Bhadra. He was close to Anandpal and had taken a huge amount of money from various creditors on loan, an amount that he was not able to repay. For this, h
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