Four accused identified in Kasan village murder case: The Tribune India
Gurugram, November 6
Four of the six accused in the shooting in Kasan village on the night of Diwali were identified from CCTV footage.
The accused entered a house and opened fire indiscriminately. The identification of the accused marked the theory of personal enmity as the motive for the attack.
The accused were identified as Rinku alias Yogender, a resident of Kasan village, Manish alias Rana, a resident of Kairu village in Bhiwani district, Amit, a resident of Lath village in Sonepat district, and Deepak. aka Bholu, an inhabitant of the village of Tarori. in the Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh.
Rinku has an old feud with the family of the former late Gopal Raghav sarpanch. So he attacked Gopal’s family. Three attackers had arrived by bicycle, two came on foot when one was already there.
Six people were injured in the shooting. Two are dead and the other four, including an eight-year-old boy, are being treated at a private hospital, police said.
Dr Deepak Mathur, who performed the autopsy, said Vikas and Sohan Lal died from excessive bleeding. “Vikas had been shot 20 and Sohan Lal was hit by two bullets,” he said. âThe crime was committed out of enmity. Four defendants have been identified from the CCTV footage, âsaid Inspector Yashwant Yadav, IMT SHO, Manesar Police Station.
The deceased have been identified as Vikas (21) and Sohan Lal alias Sonu (35), residents of Kasan. The injured were identified as Praveen, a resident of Bhiwani, Rajesh Raghav, Balram and Yash, eight years old, son of Balram, a resident of Kasan. Praveen’s condition continues to be critical.â OC