Firing started suddenly in Rohini court, 4 including gangster Jitendra Gogi died

New Delhi: A ruckus broke out in Delhi's Rohini court when a sudden gunfight broke out in which four persons including gangster Jitendra Gogi were killed, including two criminals. The attackers came as advocates and the case has taken place in the courtroom no. 207. According to reports, the attackers were two criminals and when they attacked Jitendra Gogi, the police also retaliated. In response, the police also opened fire in which the two criminals fainted.

It is said that there are heavy security arrangements in the court premises and checking takes place at the entrance of all. Since the attackers were wearing advocate's dresses, they are believed to have easily avoided security checking. However, the question arises here that both of them came with weapons and no one came to know.

The same police are calling it gang war and the attackers belonged to Tillu Gang. According to reports, noted gangster Jitendra Gogi was hit by several bullets in the attack. Talking to the media, an advocate said that when the attack took place, there was only a gap of one metre between the judge and Jeetendra. It is here that a woman advocate was also injured. Gangster Gogi was facing cases of murder, ransom, attacking police. Jitendra was taken into custody by the police from Gurugram last year.

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