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A shocking piece of news from Punjab will take you by surprise. Sandeep Singh Nangal Ambian, an international Kabaddi player, was shot and killed, according to the latest reports. The sporting world is currently mourning the loss of a player from England. Sandeep Nangal Ambia, a well-known Kabaddi player, was shot dead during a Kabaddi tournament in Mallian Khurd village in the district of Jalandhar, Punjab.
Sandeep Nangal Ambia, who was he?
Sandeep Singh, a 40-year-old international Kabaddi player, was shot and killed by armed assailants in Mallian Khurd Village in Nakodar on Monday. According to the report, Sandeep had come to watch the tournament and some admirers were taking selfies with him when four to five assailants arrived in a car. Following that, two of them are said to have fired shots into the air to scare away others, while the other two saw the Kabaddi player dead and fled.
Sandeep Nangal Ambia, a Kabaddi player, was killed.
He was rushed to the hospital as soon as the shooting occurred, where doctors pronounced him dead. Four armed assailants shot him to death. The Punjab police are currently investigating the incident and attempting to apprehend the perpetrators. We will update this article as soon as the police release any new information about this case.
Sandeep was one of the most prominent Kabaddi tournament organisers in the region. The news of his assassination has shocked the sporting world. Sandeep was shot and killed during a Kabaddi tournament in Mallian Kalan village, according to the cops.
Video of Sandeep Nangal Ambia’s Death
A video of the murder has gone viral as well. Some people are seen standing in the middle of the trees shooting at someone who is not visible in the video. The attackers fire at least 7 to 8 shots at a person who is standing near an open stadium where a game is taking place. The International Kabaddi player, who had settled in England, had travelled to India to attend weddings and host Kabaddi tournaments.
Nangal Ambian village in Shahkot is home to the former captain of the Indian Kabaddi team. He is survived by his wife and two sons, both of whom live in England. The cops have already begun their search for the assailants. Our heartfelt condolences to the most soul’s entire family, and may the departed soul rest in peace. Stay tuned to getindianews for more information on this case.