Another firing incident reported near Jamia University in Delhi
Another firing incident was reported at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi Sunday night.
Arshaan Afaq, an undergraduate law student, was present at the spot when two people opened fire from a moving vehicle. “The first shot was fired near gate number 5. And we heard another noise when it crossed gate number 1. Though no one was hurt, situation here is tense. We have noted the number of the vehicle.”
Security guards at Jamia told officials that two persons came on a scooty from Okhla and moved towards Jullena. “They said the first shot was fired near gate number 6 and second near gate number 1,” an official said, requesting anonymity.
Watch l 2 men open fire near Jamia, students protest outside police station
“The SHO of Jamia Nagar along with his team went to the spot and searched the area. No empty bullet shells were found there. Also, there were different versions regarding the vehicles which the alleged miscreants were riding. Some people said it was a scooter, others said it was a four wheeler,” Kumar Gyanesh, additional DCP (southeast) said.
Meanwhile, many people, including students, have started gathered outside the police station. “They will be asked to give their complaint. We will conduct an enquiry and accordingly take action as per law,” the senior police officer said.
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