In the first incident, a 40-year-old criminal along with his 28-year-old associate was shot dead by unidentified bike borne assailants in Nand Nagari.
NEW DELHI: Five murders following personal enmity during the last 24 hours has shaken the national capital. In the first incident, a 40-year-old criminal along with his 28-year-old associate was shot dead by unidentified bike borne assailants in Nand Nagari on Friday afternoon.
In second incident, a 35-year-old man was shot dead by some unidentified miscreants in West Delhi area on Thursday night. In two separate incidents reported from Delhi’s Outer North, Bhalswa Dairy area, a 42-year-old property dealer and a 17-year-old boy were shot dead over personal enmity on Thursday.
In first incident reported from North-East district, the deceased has been identified as Khurvesh, criminal carrying 41 cases on his head, while his associate has been identified as Kanchi. Both were residents of Nand Nagri. Khurvesh was also declared a ‘Bad Character’ by Nand Nagri Police station.
According to Atul Kumar Thakur, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), North-East district, a Police Control Room (PCR) call was received at 12:12 pm on Friday afternoon that there was an accident near Nand Nagri red light in which firing sound was heard.
“Acting on the call a police team rushed to the spot but the injured were taken to GTB Hospital where they were declared brought dead by the doctors,” said the DCP.
“Initial investigation suggests that Khurvesh had a quarrel over petty issue in Munshi Market Nand Nagri a year ago. Prime facie indicates personal enmity behind the murder,” said the DCP.
“The accused had fired seven to eight rounds at the victims. A vehicle was found on the spot which was fired upon. Two accused have been identified and raids are being conducted nab them. Meanwhile one suspect has been apprehended,” said the DCP.
“Police has registered a case under apropriate sections at Nand Nagri police station. Police teams have been formed who are scanning CCTV cameras in the area to know the crime sequence,” said the DCP adding that further investigation underway.