In Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh, a youth was shot in a dispute over not heating food at a wedding ceremony. The people present at the function caught the accused. But he escaped from the spot after being pushed. The police admitted the injured to the Medical College. On the basis of Tahrir, the police have started investigation by registering a case against three real brothers.
This incident is of Mohalla Kunwar Nagar Colony of Gandhipark police station area. Pawan Kumar does die casting work. On Thursday, there was a marriage of a girl in the locality itself. Pawan also went to the wedding ceremony along with his family. It is alleged that the baraatis had left after having dinner late at night. Meanwhile, some relatives of the bride’s side were left to eat food, so they reached the confectioner. He asked to heat the food. The confectioner refused to heat the food. There was a dispute between the two on this matter. When Pawan protested, the attackers thrashed him. Hearing the noise, the people present in the ceremony also came. Meanwhile, an attacker opened fire with a pistol.
In the firing, a bullet hit Pawan’s stomach. Pawan fell on the ground covered in blood. One of the assailants was caught by the people, but he escaped by pushing and shoving. In critical condition, the relatives took him to the district hospital, from where he was referred to the medical college. On the complaint of the aggrieved party, the police registered a case against the accused Kuldeep, Gaurav and Shivam’s son Balkishan resident of Chandaniya.
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Gandhi Park Inspector Ravindra Kumar Dubey told that there was a fight between two parties in the marriage ceremony. A young man was shot in the stomach. A case has been registered on the basis of Tahrir. Soon the attackers will be arrested. In the investigation so far, the issue of enmity has also come to the fore. It is being told that enmity is going on in the victim’s locality as well. Right now the police is probing every angle.