Up to date: November 24, 2020 11:47:20 am
A 70-year-old Afghan refugee, who settled in India round 28 years in the past, was shot lifeless by two armed assailants in West Delhi’s Vikaspuri space, police mentioned on Tuesday. He was gunned down on Monday night outdoors his home whereas he was exiting his automotive. An FIR has been registered, however no arrest has been made but.
DCP (West) Deepak Purohit mentioned the deceased was recognized as Attam Singh, who was the sewadar of Gurudwara Guru Hargovind Sahib Anandpur in Dham Colony in Karala. Singh additionally offers in sale of property close to the Gurudwara. “The incident befell at about 5.20 pm and SHO (Vikas puri) was knowledgeable concerning the firing incident. He instantly rushed to the spot and the sufferer was taken to hospital who was declared introduced lifeless with bullet harm marks on his head,” he mentioned.
Police are looking out for 2 children who have been seen close to Singh’s home. “We began our investigation and got here to know that two children carrying helmets on bike have been seen close to Singh’s home when he got here again. As Singh stopped his automotive and got here out, the pillion rider fired upon him. They managed to flee after the incident. We additionally got here to throughout our investigation that he had some offers lately and we’re probing from all attainable angles,” Purohit mentioned.
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