Delhi: Firing inside Rohini court, one dead

Henrietta Strickland
November 13, 2017

This is the fourth such shooting in three years in the Rohini court in west Delhi, according to the Rohini Bar Association.

An undertrial was shot at and critically injured inside the Rohini court complex here today, police said.

Rohini Bar Association President Mahavir Sharma told IANS that no entry pass was needed for anyone to enter the court premises. He was raced to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced served gone and after that, the Police comes there and he replied that the arrested was defeated on the place and caught with the weapon.

Area Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) was quoted by LiveLaw as saying, "Victim, Vinod alias Balle, was produced by the staff of Third Battalion at Rohini Court". It is suspected that the accused posed as a litigant, PTI reports. He said police had not ascertained the reason behind the murder. Earlier in April, an undertrial in a murder case was shot dead allegedly by a person outside the court.

The assailant was overpowered by the police and arrested on the spot, he has been identified as Abdul Khan, who is the resident of Nangloi.

He said police were also looking into security lapses in the incident.

The investigators had claimed that one of the accused was disguised as a lawyer and had come to the court to kill Pradeep Bhola, a member of their rival Neetu Dabodia gang.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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