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Husband of Punjab IAS officer caught with a call girl

Husband of IAS officer was reportedly found with another woman when the Police raided a house in front of Punjab Agricultural University

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Husband of Punjab IAS officer caught with a call girl

Husband of an IAS officer of Punjab has been caught red-handed with another woman during a late-night raid in a house in

According to police, Gurveer Inder Dhillon – husband of the IAS officer – was found in objectionable when police raided a house in front of Gate No. 2 of Punjab Agricultural University in Ludhiana at 11:30 pm. After finding them in an objectionable state, the Police took them into custody. During the questioning, it was revealed that the man was the husband of an IAS officer from Punjab.

When the police contacted the IAS officer, who had once been posted as of Ludhiana Municipal Corporation, she told police to lodge FIR and take action as per the . The IAS officer is said to be irritated with her husband's immoral behaviour. She decided to keep herself away from this matter. 

The IAS officer's husband was arrested under Sections 3, 4, and 5 of the Immoral Traffic Act. 

As per the reports – Dhillon is a resident of village Bhagsar (Muktsar Sahib), while the woman is a resident of Sector 32, Ludhiana. 

DCP Jaskiranjeet Singh Tej said that the police is interrogating the two accused and is trying to find out if they are running any such . As per the input, Dhillon is said to be involved in this business for some time.

Police caught husband of Punjab IAS upon normal tip-off

Ludhiana police acted upon the input that girls of foreign origin used to visit this house frequently. They are then given rooms on fake identity cards. People living in the neighbourhood were disturbed due to the business taking place at this house. They registered complaint with the police and when police raided the house it found husband of an IAS officer with a woman. The police immediately contacted the IAS officer, who refused to interfere in the case.

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