Man shot dead after his motorcycle hits car in Gurgaon

A man was shot dead following a brawl after his motorcycle hit a car at Farukhnagar here, police said today.     

Published: 22nd May 2017 03:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd May 2017 03:05 AM   |  A+A-


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GURGAON: A man was shot dead following a brawl after his motorcycle hit a car at Farukhnagar here, police said today.     

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon when Mahavir Yadav's motorcycle hit the car leaving some scratch marks on it, a police official said.     

On seeing scratch marks on the car, its owner Vikas, who was driving it, started to abuse Yadav which later turned into a brawl, he said.     

Vikas called his brother Ravi who reached there and suddenly pulled out a gun and fired four rounds at Yadav, the officer said.     

Yadav died on the spot, while Vikas also received a bullet injury as he to tired to stop Ravi from pulling the trigger, police said.     

Ravi fled after admitting Vikas in a nearby hospital. An investigation into the incident is on and a manhunt has been launched to nab Ravi, the police officer said.     

"Yadav was a resident of Jhajrola village and ran a clinic at Ghumarpur village near Pataudi," he said.

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