New Delhi: In a link with a shootout earlier this week, Delhi Police on Friday arrested a suspected gangster in Kanjhawala area of the capital.
According to the report, the accused was identified as 20-year-old, Ankit Dabas, a resident of Sampla village in Haryana.
The two suspected criminals on Sunday were killed in the shootout near the Dwarka Mor Metro station in West Delhi. The shootout was an outcome of a property dispute, between rival gangs. The police officials mentioned that Dabas was also involved in the shootout.
As per report of PTI, the suspected criminals were identified as Parveen Gehlot, a resident of Nawada area and Vikas Dalal.
At the time of Incident, Gehlot was in his car when three men in another vehicle intercepted him and opened fire at him. Reportedly, 15 rounds were fired in the busy Dwarka Mor area. The police had arrested Dabas in an encounter on Friday during which a semi-automatic pistol, along with live cartridges, a bike, were recovered from him.
They had several cases of murder, extortion and robberies registered against them in Delhi and Haryana.
Sub-Inspector Krishan and the accused, who were injured during the encounter were rushed to a hospital. Reportedly, the incident happened around 4 PM on Sunday, when two bike-borne assailants opened fire at a car.