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Delhi Police nab accused in sensational murder case

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Delhi Police nab accused in sensational murder case

Delhi Police nab accused in sensational murder case

Solving a sensational murder case in the national capital, Delhi Police has arrested one Naresh, who is accused of killing a man after a scuffle had broken out between them last week in Vikaspuri area.

A PCR call was received at police station Uttam Nagar that some persons are firing.

When police team reached the place of incident, no eye witness was found.

However, after enquiry it was revealed that the injured, Firoz, was shifted to an unknown hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

During investigation, a secret informer was deployed, spot investigation was conducted and clue of suspect was developed.

Due to smart policing, the accused Naresh Kumar was arrested from Shiv Vihar, Uttam Nagar.

Naresh, during interrogation, revealed about a scuffle between him and Firoz, and disclosed that he committed the offence along with his sister, brother in law and niece.

After the death of Firoz at hospital, section 302 of IPC was added in the case.


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