When gangsters ran riot in Delhi’s Burari: Bloody gunbattle explained in graphics
The crime took place at 9.50 am near Sant Nagar bus stop, barely 300-400 metres from Burari police station. The targets were the four Tajpur men, who had been frequenting a gymnasium there for years.delhi Updated: Jun 19, 2018 09:58 IST
Two passersby and two residents of outer Delhi were killed and at least nine men injured in a shooting and a related road accident in north Delhi’s Sant Nagar on Monday morning.
The attack was carried out against four residents of outer Delhi’s Tajpur village by wanted criminal Jitender Mann alias Gogi, said MM Oberoi, special commissioner of police (special cell). Carrying a reward of Rs 2 lakh on his head, Gogi physically led the attack in which at least two dozen rounds were fired, a survivor told police.
Police identified the dead as Sant Nagar resident Sangeeta Sharma, 37, a 20-year-old motorcycle rider Rajkumar, the 17-year-old prime target Mukul and Gogi’s gang member Sanjeet.
Mukul was identified as the nephew of Deepak alias Raju, who was allegedly an associate of Gogi’s rival and jailed gangster Sunil alias Tillu.
How the bloody gunbattle unfolded:
First Published: Jun 19, 2018 09:57 IST