Two men, one juvenile held for multiple murder cases
New Delhi: Delhi Police on Wednesday said that they have arrested two persons and apprehended a juvenile in the murder case in Krishna Nagar area. The law enforcement agency said that business rivalry in scrap dealing was the reason behind the killing.
Police identified the accused as Rizwan (26), Mohsin alias Abrar (34) and one juvenile. They were nabbed from East Delhi area on March 9. On further interrogation, the apprehended Child in Conflict with Law (CCL) was also found to be involved in another murder case, in which he had shot Hakimuddin, a cluster bus conductor in front of his five-year-old son.
Deputy Commissioner of Police ( Crime) Joy Tirkey said that during the interrogation of accused it has been revealed earlier that Abrar is the key witness in the murder of one Zafar.
"One Sarfaraj was threatening Abrar through Rihan, who is a parole jumper to be hostile in court in this case," said DCP Crime. For this Abrar along with his associates hatched a conspiracy to eliminate Sarfaraj. On April 5, Abrar along with Rizwan, Salman, and one CCL checked the route of Sarfaraj and in the evening while he was coming back from the stadium on his motorcycle they chased him.
"While Sarfaraj reached near Kanti Nagar, Rizwaan fired upon Sarfaraj which hits on his back and he felt from his bike. After this Abrar and Rizwan indiscriminately fired upon him from their weapons and left the spot," said DCP Crime.