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Man shoots at woman who asked him not to urinate in the open in Greater Noida

The accused is known for creating ruckus in the area after getting drunk. In the past as well, he used to spit or urinate outside people’s houses after drinking

delhi Updated: Sep 08, 2017 23:24 IST
Preety Acharya
The accused is known for creating ruckus in the area after getting drunk. In the past as well, he used to spit or urinate outside people’s houses after drinking
The accused is known for creating ruckus in the area after getting drunk. In the past as well, he used to spit or urinate outside people’s houses after drinking(AFP)

A 25-year-old woman was shot at when she tried to stop a neighbour from urinating on the gate of her house. The incident took place at around 11.30 pm on Thursday in Dankaur.

The victim has been identified as Sanju Nagar.

The accused was drunk when the incident took place, Sanju’s sister alleged. “My brother-in-law Sonu and Sanju tried to stop Sanjay from urinating. He hurled abuses at us. My brother-in-law pushed him and closed the door. After sometime he came back and started firing indiscriminately. Sanju tried to save her 2-year-old son and got shot,” said Manju Nagar, sister of the victim.

“We have registered a case of attempt to murder against the accused and his brother who was with him. We have launched a manhunt to nab them,” said Farmood Ali Pundir, Station House Officer, Dankaur.

Sanjay has many criminal cases registered against him, said Nishank Sharma, Circle Officer.

Family members took Sanju to the hospital and the neighbours called the police.

“The accused is known for creating ruckus in the area after getting drunk. In the past as well, he used to spit or urinate outside people’s houses after drinking. He also abuses people ,” alleged Manju.

“When my father-in-law tried to stop the accused, he beat him up. We got scared,” said Manju. Police has said that the accused used a countrymade pistol to attack the victim.

Sanju was admitted to the Kailash Hospital, Greater Noida, where her condition is stated to be stable. “Sanju is out of danger as the bullet just brushed past her stomach. She was admitted in the night. She will be discharged on Saturday,” said BK Sharma, spokesperson for Kailash Hospital.