Gurugram: gangsters try to kill a pharmacist, his brother for refusing to give him drug injections; stopped

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Highlights

  • Bahadur approached the cops on September 29 to file a complaint
  • The accused argued with the victim when he refused to give the injection
  • A case has been filed against the three under various sections of the IPC

Gurugram: Three gangsters, including a member of the infamous Kaushal gang, were arrested by the Gurugram city criminal branch as they attempted to kill a pharmacist and his brother after refusing to inject them with drugs.

Further investigation found that gang members were wanted in many cases related to thefts, snatching and looting in the city. Meanwhile, gang member Kaushal had been on bail for the past year and the three-member gang had been quite active in recent months and were on the run.

The shocking case came to light when the victims, identified as Balram and Bahadur, were taken to hospital on September 27 and Bahadur approached cops on September 29 to file a complaint about the incident.

Commenting on the episode, he said that a man who came on two wheels stopped at his store near Harinagar sabzi mandi and asked for injections of narcotics.

The accused then started arguing with him when he said that they did not sell such injections. Following this, two other young people joined the accused and they fled with Rs 20,000 in cash and also hit the victim’s head with a brick, according to the India time report.

A case has been filed against the three under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The three defendants, Sujit alias Bullet, Ashlam alias Nazim and Manish alias Gollu were detained in Rajiv Chowk on Friday.

ACP (Crime) Preet Pal Sangwan added that “During the interrogation it was discovered that Sujit was a member of the Kaushal gang. He was in jail for the murder of Vijay Batra aka Tantrik in 2019. He was released. in prison last year and trained his group to commit crimes like kidnapping and theft, ”according to the YOU report.


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