Journalist Vikram Joshi, shot at in UP’s Ghaziabad, dies

The Station in-charge has been suspended and departmental inquiry initiated after the family of the journalist alleged inaction by the police.
Vikram Joshi has suffered a bullet injury on his head.
Vikram Joshi has suffered a bullet injury on his head.
Updated on Jul 22, 2020 10:55 AM IST
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Ghaziabad | By Asian News International | Posted by Prashasti Singh

Journalist Vikram Joshi, who was shot at by unknown miscreants near his residence in Vijay Nagar, Ghaziabad on July 20, breathed his last at a hospital, doctors said on Wednesday.

The doctor monitoring Joshi said that the veins in the journalists’ head had got badly damaged due to the bullet injury.

Meanwhile, the Station in-charge has been suspended and departmental inquiry initiated after the family of the journalist alleged inaction by the police.

A total of nine accused have been arrested in the matter and efforts to nab another accused are underway.

The incident occurred on Monday, days after Vikram Joshi had filed a complaint with Vijay Nagar Police Station stating that some men were harassing his niece. Joshi has suffered a bullet injury on his head.

Joshi’s brother, Aniket Joshi had said, “A few men were harassing his niece a few days ago and my brother had opposed it and also filed a police complaint. A case was also registered following which he was shot at by those miscreants.”

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