NEW DELHI: Hours after a local BJP worker was shot in the head by unknown assailants in north-east Delhi, a 70-year-old pradhan of a Gurdwara in Karala was shot dead in a similar manner by two bike-borne men in West Delhi's Vikaspuri area, police here said on Tuesday, adding that no arrest has been made in either of the two cases.
While the first is being seen as a case of personal enmity resulting the murder of both the BJP worker and his son, the Gurudwara Pradhan, identified as Attam Singh, was a property dealer, according to police, who are looking into his recent dealings for signs of foul play.
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