Punjab

Gangster Ravi Deol says former SAD(B) minister’s cousin introduced him into world of drug racket

Gangster Ravi Deol names SAD(B) minister's cousin in drug cartel case.

Gangster, Ravi Deol

The Hush Post: Former SAD (B) Minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa’S OSD and cousin Amanbir Singh Cherry pushed gangster Ravi Deol into the drug cartel. Deol has been named in the Bhola drug case. Ravi Deol aka Ravicharan Singh is a gangster who recently surrendered before a court on January 30. Jagdish Bhola, the man for which the acronym ‘Bhola drug case’ is used, was a former DSP, who allegedly ran a drug racket in the state with the help of politicians and NRIs, and was first arrested by Punjab Police in 2013.

According to a report published recently in the Hindustan Times, Ravi Deol confirmed, “SAD leader Amanbir Singh Cherry and Major Kumar Mannu pushed me into crime like other hundreds of youths. Once when I warned Cherry that I would expose his illegal deeds, he gave me Rs 12 lakh to keep my mouth shut,” said Deol.

Amanbir Cherry is a cousin of former finance minister Dhindsaand known as OSD in the Dhindsa area. Deol was declared a proclaimed offender (PO) in 2007 and named in the Bhola drug case in 2013. The local court has extended Deol’s police remand till February 11 since the police wants to recover a pistol from Mumbai. Notably, Deol spent close to 10 years of his life in Mumbai.

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