Three including woman killed after gang members open fire in north Delhi 

Five persons were injured after suspected members of the Gogi gang, believed to be involved in cases of murder in the city, opened fire at four men coming out of a gym.

Published: 18th June 2018 10:12 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th June 2018 05:30 AM   |  A+A-

A gang war broke out today between members of Gogi and Tillu gangs, leaving three dead and five injured in north delhi in Burari area on Monday. | EPS

By Express News Service

NEW DELHI: Three people, including a woman, were killed and five injured in a gang war in North Delhi on Monday. The shootout comes barely few weeks after the Delhi Police killed four men of Sanjeev Bharti gang in South Delhi. Gangs in Delhi are coming back in action after a long gap.

According to the police, two local gangs fired at each other in broad daylight in Burari.

“At about 10 am in the morning, gangsters of Gogi and Tillu gangs shot multiple rounds from two SUVs at a busy marketplace at Burari in north Delhi. The two gangs are wanted in cases of extortion and murder in the city,” a police officer said. While two men from both the gangs were killed in the firing, the woman, 37, was in the vicinity when she was hit fatally by stray bullets.

CCTV footage from the area shows a man stepping out of a white SUV and running after another man runs away from the spot. In this case, the rivalry of the two gangs has led to 15 murders so far.

The rivalry between the leaders of the two gangs — now in their twenties — began in 2010 during the Delhi University Student Union elections when they were hired allegedly by the students to help them fight the polls. Jitender Gogi, one of the gang leaders, carries a reward of Rs 2 lakh.


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