Property dealer shot dead by miscreants

Property dealer shot dead by miscreants

Jhajjar, October 12

A 34-year-old property dealer was shot dead by three unidentified motorbike-borne assailants at the parking lot of a hotel on the Rohtak-Sampla road under the Aasoda police station last night.

The deceased was identified as Inderjit, alias Shokad, of Dabauda Khurd village here. He was residing in Bakkarwala (Delhi).The crime was committed when Inderjit’s two friends went inside the hotel to book a room, leaving him sitting in his car. The assailants suddenly came there and fired several rounds at him from a close range. They fled from the scene after committing the crime, while Inderjit was rushed to hospital by his two friends where he was declared dead.

Later, Jhajjar SP Rajesh Duggal, along with other police officers, inspected

the site. “A special investigation team led by ASP Amit Yashvardhan has been formed to probe the case,” he said, adding that a case of murder had been registered against the unidentified assailants. — TNS

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