Delhi Crime: Man shot dead for objecting to foul language

Published: Oct 01, 2019, 14:51 IST | IANS | Delhi

Sources said that the incident took place when some men in a car were using bad language which was objected to by Jaspal

This picture has been used for representational purposes
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Delhi: A man was shot dead in Delhi's Kalyanpuri locality on Tuesday by some unidentified men, purportedly for objecting to their use of foul language. The victim has been identified as Jaspal, a resident of the same area.

Sources said that the incident took place when some men in a car were using bad language which was objected to by Jaspal. This angered the men who fired at Jaspal. The firing took place just 500 m from the local police station.

The police said that the cause of the murder was being ascertained. A criminal, Guddu, has been detained and investigations were underway. Police recovered a damaged motorbike from the spot, which was said to belong to the criminals involved in the incident.

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