Five arrested after shootout in Delhi, illegal arms recovered

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Dwarka drama 5 held after shootout
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22 November, 2017

The gang members opened fire at a joint team of Delhi Police and Punjab Police, prompting retaliation.

Punjab Police (Mohali Team) and local police conducted a joint raid at Gudia Properties, Plot No 5, II nd Floor, Shanti Park, Near Pillar No 768, Dwarka More to apprehend or arrest the wanted criminals.

"The accused people have been identified as Deepak, Sumit, Tiku, Sumit and Kirshan, all of whom are residents of Haryana", said a senior police officer.

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According to the police, they first went upstairs and told the occupants of Flat Number 204 to surrender. The local district police assisted them in the operation.

Later, police caught hold of five criminals and seized their weapons, including 11 illegal arms and a pistol along with more than 100 live rounds of ammunition. He said that right before the firing started, three vehicles full of policemen had arrived outside the building. "Some people inside the building were also firing shots", said Ramesh, who lives near the Dwarka Mor Metro station. A team of Punjab police along was zeroing in on a gang of carjackers who mostly operate in Punjab and South Delhi. Further investigation is under process.


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