A 28-year-old man was shot dead by car-borne men in Outer north Delhi’s Khera Kalan on Tuesday evening. The police said that a case has been registered and the probe has begun. Police suspect the murder to be a case of personal enmity or revenge killing. A case of murder has been registered and it is being probed from all possible angles. The deceased was spotted lying in a pool of blood by a passerby. The passerby called the police control room and informed them about the incident.
A police officer, associated with the case, said that the crime came to their notice after a passerby found a biker bleeding on a road near the Khera canal and called the police control room at around 4.30 pm. “A police team reached the crime spot and rushed the injured man to a nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead. The man was identified as Ravinder. He was a resident of Khera Kalan village,” said the officer.
The victim was rushed to Maharaja Agrasen Hospital where he was declared brought dead, the police said. The police have registered a case under Section 302 of the IPC and begun probe. During the investigation, Ravinder has found to be involved in three criminal cases. He was released from jail recently, the officer said, adding that rivalry could be a motive behind the killing, the DCP said. “We are trying to identify the suspects and arrest them at the earliest. Investigators are speaking to Ravinder’s family members and friends to ascertain if he had enmity with anyone,” the officer added.