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Road rage: Cops release sketches of Congress worker's murderers

New Delhi: The Delhi Police has released sketches of two men allegedly involved in the road rage murder of Congress party worker Vinod Mehra on February 6. The accused seem to be in their twenties, both with full hair, one with a beard and another with a goatee beard.
The North West district has formed several teams to arrest the accused who shot dead Mehra allegedly in a road rage incident. Victim Vinod Mehra, a worker of the Congress' Seva Dal wing, was returning to his home in Geeta Colony along with his son in a car after attending the wedding of his friend's daughter in Alipur when they had a verbal duel with four persons riding in the van around 3 am on February 6.
Even before his son could react, the four accused fled the spot. Coincidently Kunal's tuition teacher and her husband who were passing by stopped to help them and informed police. Mehra was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was declared brought dead.
"Both vehicles stopped on Bhalaswa flyover. At this point of time, one of the occupants of the other vehicle came out and fired one shot at Vinod Mehra. The bullet pierced his left side of the chest just below the heart. He was declared "Brought Dead" in hospital.
Earlier Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ajay Maken met the Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and demanded immediate action against the accused and not to reveal the identity of the young boy and also provide him with police protection, as he was the only witness to the crime. He also requested the Police Commissioner not to call the young boy to the police station as he is under fear after his father was shot dead before his eyes.

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