A senior Delhi Police official said on Friday that two men from Haryana were arrested for opening fire on a head constable. According to the police, the attack took place on Wednesday in Ashok Nagar area of Sonipat. “On November 15, Sonipat Police had received a PCR call regarding the incident of firing on a head constable of Delhi Police, identified as Parveen. She suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital. More FIR “A case was registered and a search operation was launched,” Special Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Singh Yadav was quoted by PTI in its report.
After the incident, Delhi Crime Branch assigned a team to work on the investigation.
Based on information collected through surveillance, the team laid a trap near Samalkha, Panipat and caught Sushil, 39, and Sheelak Ram, 50, residents of Sonipat.
According to Yadav, both of them have admitted to being involved in the shooting.
He said that one of his close associates, Rajesh Nain, was having a feud with Parveen.
According to him, on November 15, the two, along with Nain and others named Bijender and Babla, went to the residence of the chief constable with the intention of killing him.
“When Parveen opened the gate of her house, Nain shot at her and ran away,” PTI quoted Yadav as saying in its report.
He said that the investigation is still going on and other accused will also be caught soon.
Meanwhile, in reaction to the rising tension in Nuh area of Gurugram, local shopkeepers decided to close the market on Friday. In response to the tragedy, shopkeepers, mostly Hindus, did not open their shops or commercial premises on Friday. His call for police action against stone pelters was key to his protest. In Nuh district of Haryana, police received information about stone pelting on many women. According to ANI, the FIR was filed in response to the complaint.