One semi-automatic pistol with three live cartridges and three empty shells were recovered from the spot, police said.
Two assailants dressed as lawyers opened fire at gangster Jitender Gogi inside the courtroom where an attempt to murder case was being heard against him on September 24.
Police charge sheet names five for hatching a plot to eliminate jailed gangster Jitender Gogi; investigation is still on
The assailants, who were from the rival gang, opened fire at undertrial prisoner Gogi inside a courtroom where a murder case was being heard against him on September 24.
The blast has raised many questions on Delhi Police's vigilance, cooperation from visiting lawyers and litigants, infrastructural hurdles and security of undertrial prisoners attending court cases.
A few days ago, the Crime Branch had taken another jailed gangster Tillu Tajpuriya in its custody to grilled him about the killing of gangster Jitender Gogi inside a Rohini courtroom last month.
Tillu Tajpuriya, who is lodged in jail no.15 of Mandoli prison, is suspected to be one of the prime conspirators behind the dramatic shootout that took place on Friday.
Sources said Tillu was in touch with his associates via internet calling and was giving them directions on how to execute the plan.
Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana on Sunday visited the Rohini court days after a dramatic shootout in the courtroom left three gangsters dead.
Sources said that the accused reached the court in a car at 10 am and the initial plan was that four persons, dressed as lawyers, would go inside the court, kill Gogi and surrender before a judge.
Rohini court shootout: Several people could have died if there was no immediate police action, says FIR
According to an FIR, Vir Singh said that since the duo was armed with weapons and they were firing indiscriminately.
The lawyers at the Rohini Court have urged the court authorities to enforce pass system and strengthen security at the court’s entrance.
Gogi was a volleyball player of Alipur area in Delhi-Haryana border. He wanted to play in the nationals but could not due to an accident.