Gangwar, Tillu Tajpuria gang operatives killed in Rohini in Delhi

New Delhi: Gangster Jitendra alias Gogi was killed in rohini court in the country's capital Delhi. The name of the Tillu Tajpuria gang came to light in the court murder. Gangwar was feared in Delhi since the incident. Now gangwar seems to be on the rise in Delhi. A case of shooting dead a tillu Tajpuria gang operative in Rohini area of Delhi has come to light.

According to reports, Tillu Tajpuria gang henchman Deepak alias Radhe was shot dead by two assailants in Sector 15-16 Rohini Market. Deepak was rushed to BSA Hospital for treatment in an injured condition where he passed away during treatment. The incident took place under KNK Marg police station area. According to police, deepak has five criminal cases registered against him under serious sections.

Rohini DCP has said that the angle of gangwar is yet to be ascertained. He said the matter is under investigation. DCP Rohini said police are conducting raids to nab the accused in the case. All the accused will be arrested soon. DCP has not confirmed the angle of gangwar but it is being linked to gangwar.

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