Twin murders in north east Delhi: No arrests made
NEW DELHI: North East Delhi Police continued with their raids in Delhi and neighbouring states in search of the culprits involved in the two murders that took place in in Brahmapuri and Bhajanpura area, respectively.
"We have so far not found any gang war angle, but are investigating the case. Only then can we comment," said a senior police official, adding that no arrest has been made.
Sources claimed that though no gang war angle has been found yet, the theory cannot be ruled out.
Personal enmity or a shady financial transaction could also have been the motive, they added.
Police said that they have zeroed down some people and questioning is going on.
Another angle that cops are working on is the hand of different gangs in the incident.
In the Bhajanpura murder, police believe that the victim Wajid was deeply involved to shady financial dealings. Cops have also gone through criminal dossier to identify culprits.
Similarly, in the killing of Arif in Brahmapuri, no one has been arrested either.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (North East) AK Singla stated that they have formed several teams and raids are going on in different areas.
He, however, remained tight-lipped about the investigation.
In the Bhajanpur incident, assailants chased down Wajid late Sunday night and shot multiple times on his body, killing him on the spot.
In the second incident that took place in nearby Brahmapuri, 23-year-old man Arif was shot dead by unidentified assailants. Around 12.30 am on Monday, Arif had received a phone call and went out of the house while talking on the phone. Arif's body was later found near the house with several bullet wounds.