The firing took place at the wrestling centre which is adjacent to a private college. According to police, the firing took place due to an old rivalry.
Singh is grandson of Sir Chhotu Ram, a prominent politician during the pre-independence era who championed the interest of farmers.
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"Demand is expected to pick up in the coming days as more people return to work and businesses resume, and more areas open up for services.."
The BJP's state election-in-charge and Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and his Cabinet colleagues will attend the Modi's maiden rally.
In Haryana, Narnaul was the coldest place recording a low of 2.3 degrees Celsius.
Niharika, who injured her right shoulder during the bout, thus lost a chance to represent India in the upcoming Asian Youth Boxing Championship to be held in Thailand later this month.
The Telangana boxer will now face Astha Powah of UP, who is also a trainee from Inspire Institute of Sports (JSW)
In the match held for third place, Jammu University got the better of Delhi University 4-3 in a closely-fought match.
K Kavya of SAI-STC got bronze when she clocked 2:15.30 in girls’ 800 metres event. The quartet of VD Naidu, Y Harikrishna, K Aravind and D Srikanth gave the third medal for Telangana when they bagged bronze in the boys 4x100 metres relay event.
It said there was a likelihood of tension, danger to human life and property, disturbance of public peace and tranquility in Haryana by protestors and anti-social elements during the two public rallies on Sunday.
Honeypreet Insan has been booked in Haryana for allegedly inciting violence following the conviction of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.
Police sources said raids were being conducted to arrest the two aides. The police issued the notice to prevent them from fleeing the country.
CBI Judge Jagdeep Singh pronounced two sentences of 10 years rigorous imprisonment in each of the two cases that date back to 2002, said defence lawyer S K Garg Narwana.
Rohtak Inspector General of Police Navdeep Singh Virk said measures were in place to ensure no crowd gathered near the jail.
The quantum of punishment in the case would be pronounced on Monday at a special court being set up in the prison premises in Rohtak. The judge would be flown to Rohtak on Monday for announcing the sentence.
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