Gangster Gogi among 3 killed in Rohini courtroom, shooters posed as lawyers
Millennium Post Delhi|September 25, 2021
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Highlights

• The incident took place around 1 pm. Around 10 rounds were fired in the shootout

• The two assailants, killed in police crossfire, have been identified as Rahul, a resident of UP’s Baghpat and Moris. They allegedly belong to a rival gang led by jailed gangster Sunil alias Tillu Tajpuriya

• Police said that no other injury or death occurred in the crossfire and Joint CP(Northern Range) will now enquire into the incident and submit a report

NEW DELHI: In the third such incident of gang war inside the Rohini District Court premises since 2017, notorious gangster Jitender Maan alias Gogi was shot dead by two armed assailants of a rival gang who were dressed as lawyers inside a courtroom where he was being produced in connection with a murder case.

The two wanted assailants have been identified as one Rahul, a resident of UP’s Baghpat and one Moris. They were subsequently killed in police crossfire after Maan was shot dead, police said. They allegedly belong to a rival gang led by jailed gangster Sunil alias Tillu Tajpuriya.

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