Late-night police caught three including Aziz, weapons, vehicle recovered by police

Anjali's brother-in-law had given a contract to kill: late-night police caught three including Aziz, weapons, a vehicle recovered by police

Nov 24, 2022 - 10:12
Late-night police caught three including Aziz, weapons, vehicle recovered by police

Abdul Aziz, a resident of Bhatta Basti in the Murlipura area, opened fire on his younger brother Latif's wife Anjali yesterday. The bullet hit Anjali's back. Lateef and Anjali had a love marriage in July last year. Aziz was angry with this. The police have arrested the accused Abdul Aziz, the middleman and the shooter. One of the accused who was involved in the firing is still absconding.

DCP West Vandita Rana told that Anjali, a resident of the Murlipura scheme, works in a herbal product manufacturing company. On Wednesday morning, she got down from the auto near five culverts and reached the office. As soon as she started going inside the gate, the scooter rider standing first shot her in the back. Preliminary investigation revealed that Aziz had opposed the love marriage. There were constant fights between the two brothers regarding this. Anjali and Latif had sought protection from the High Court on this. The police had confined Aziz. Anjali and Latif were living in a rented room in the Murlipura scheme. In the hospital, Anjali has accused Aziz and his friend Riyaz in a form statement. Anjali told that Riyaz's voice was being heard on the scooty. They were following since morning. However, no role of Riyaz has come to the fore in the investigation so far.

Latif was already married and had divorced his first wife after falling in love with Anjali. For which the girl was given Rs 25 lakh. This money was given by Latif's elder brother Abdul Aziz. That's why there were frequent fights between the two brothers. Troubled by Latif's love marriage and the cases filed against him, Aziz paid two lakh rupees to Mohammed Raja alias Raju, a bangle dealer, for killing Anjali. lamps. But the shooter shot in the back. This saved Anjali's life.

Ed. DCP Ramsingh Shekhawat told that Raju, who worked in bangles, fired at Kalim and Abid, residents of Bihar, after luring them with money. The team of ACP Pramod Swami and Inspector Hawa Singh Yadav caught Aziz, Raju and Kalim late at night and recovered weapons and scooty. Abid is absconding. Teams are raiding for his arrest. Soon Abid will also be in police custody.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer