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Video | Two Delhi Police personnel injured in cross-fire in Nehru Place

The Group Of Criminals Fired Bullets At Delhi Police, According To Sources. The Clash Turned Ugly As The Scuffle Led To Injuring Of Two Police-men In The Incident Which Took Place On Sunday Night.

PTI | Updated on: 06 Feb 2017, 02:17:53 PM

New Delhi:

A man, wanted in connection with several cases of robbery, snatching and attempt to murder, was arrested in the wee hours on Monday near Nehru Place in south-east Delhi following a shootout, police said.

The accused, Akbar alias Danish who was carrying a reward of Rs 25,000, and his accomplice Asif, allegedly opened fire at a police party around 2.30 AM, a senior police officer said.

While his accomplice managed to flee, Danish was nabbed, he said.

Danish is wanted in many cases of robbery, theft, snatching and attempt to murder. He carries a reward of Rs 25,000 in connection with a shootout case at Pul Prahaladpur, the official said.

Two policemen escaped without injuries as the bullets hit their bulletproof jackets, he added. 

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First Published : 06 Feb 2017, 07:26:00 AM