Gurgaon: Woman shot dead in Naharpur Rupa village, gang rivalry suspected
The victim is the wife of Anil Dagar, brother of Amit Dagar, who is a gangster missing from police custody. Gangsters in Gurgaon have started targeting the family members of their opponents.gurgaon Updated: Sep 15, 2017 21:47 IST
A 32-year-old woman was gunned down in a suspected gang rivalry by five unidentified men on Friday morning. The woman was on her way to ferry her children back from school in Naharpur Rupa village.
Gangsters in Gurgaon have started targeting the family members of their opponents.
The police said the incident took place around 11.45am when five unidentified men came on two bikes and fired six bullets at the woman near Global Fields School in Naharpur Rupa. One of the bullets hit the woman in the chest and she fell. A passerby had called the police, who took her to the Medanta Hospital where she was declared brought dead.
The victim is the wife of Anil Dagar, brother of Amit Dagar, who is a gangster missing from police custody.
The police said they suspect the murder is a result of the fallout between gangsters. The police said Amit owes allegiance to Kaushal gang whereas the prime suspect in this case, Joni Hans, belongs to a rival gang from the same village —Naharpur Rupa.
Amit is accused of killing Joni’s mother in March and the incident is suspected to be in retaliation, sources said. Police investigation had revealed that the accused had planned to kill Joni but had mistakenly shot dead his mother.
A case has been registered against unknown persons at the Sadar Police Station under Section 302 (murder) of the IPC and the Arms Act.
DCP (crime) Sumit Kuhar said that CCTV footage of the incident has been obtained and is being analysed. “The accused are being identified and will be arrested soon,” said Kumar.
SHO Sadar, Vijay Kumar, said that a case has been registered and the accused will be arrested soon.
Meanwhile, on Friday, the police arrested a man on charges of stabbing his wife multiple times over suspected infidelity. The police said Chandan, from Champaran in Bihar, lived in Kadipur village and he suspected his wife of having relations with other persons. On Thursday night, he allegedly stabbed her over 10 times and fled the spot. A case was registered at the Sector 10 police station.