Gangster's relative shot dead outside school in Ggn
GURUGRAM: Vicious rivalry between two gangs in Gurugram led to a 30-year-old woman being shot dead on Friday afternoon by two masked assailants on a bike.
The deceased was identified as Savita Dagar, a relative of Amit Dagar, a member of the Kaushal gang.
The incident occurred when Savita had gone to pick her child from a school at Naharpur Rupa.
Immediately after being shot, locals placed a PCR call and took Savita to a private hospital for treatment.
However, she succumbed to her wounds and died at the hospital.
Sources in the police said that a case against unidentified men was registered at Sadar police station. Law enforcement officials have begun surveying CCTV footage in the surrounding area.
Police officials said that all culprits have been identified, but their names are yet to be revealed, and will be soon arrested.
Friday's incident comes soon after the death of one Ilyas, who died in Sohna Road last week after being shot at eight times, while he was inside an SUV.
As many as six organised criminal groups, namely Manjeet Mahal gang, Kaushal gang, Kishan gang, Hayatpuri gang, Sandeep Gadoli gang and Binder Gujjar gang, have been involved in various criminal activities in Gurugram, such as extortion, burglaries and murders.
The damage incurred from one such bloody gang war, which occurred at MG Road area in 2015, resulted in the death of unsuspecting civilians
Beyond violent gang rivalries, a large number of incidents have also been reported in the city this year, where people have attempted murders in broad daylight, on the busy streets of Gurugram.
In the past few months, there have been around four murders which took place at busy traffic routes.
Shockingly, most of these incidents occurred during daytime.