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32-year-old Shoots Man To Avenge Being Beaten Over Playing Cards: Police

Written By Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published:

 A 32-year-old man was arrested in Delhi's Rohini for allegedly killing a person who had beaten him several times for playing cards, police said on Tuesday.

The incident took place on May 7 when Kuldeep, the victim, and his friend Sachin were going towards Mange Ram Park and were stopped by five men on motorbikes, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Rohini) S D Mishra said.

In his complaint, Sachin identified two of them as Sandeep and Chand.

He told the police that Sandeep fired at Kuldeep following an argument between the two and fled from the spot with his accomplices, the DCP said. Police registered a case in the matter based on a complaint filed by Sachin.

Sandeep was arrested from Sector 3 in Rohini, Mr Mishra said.

During interrogation, Sandeep told the police that Kuldeep used to beat him for playing cards in park, claiming the murder was to avenge the beating.

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Earlier, three persons including a disc jockey (DJ) was arrested in Delhi for firing at two people after a fight broke out over song selection and requests to play a song repeatedly, police said on Monday. According to the police, the incident occurred on Sunday night around 10.24 pm at a family function in west Delhi's Palam Village.

Shanky Bhardwaj (23) and his cousin brother Tushar Bhardwaj (16) insisted Akshay, the DJ, to play the song 'Tamanche Pe Disco...' repeatedly, which led to a fight between them, a police officer said.

"When the police team reached the spot, they found the cousin brothers Shanky and Tushar lying in a pool of blood on the floor. They were taken to a hospital in Dwarka where they are undergoing treatment and their condition is out of danger as declared by the doctors,"Deputy Commissioner of Police Devender Arya said.

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