Police opened fire at Criminals in New Delhi Dwarka Mor Metro Stations

Police opened fire at Criminals in New Delhi Dwarka Mor Metro Stations

Police opened fire at Criminals in New Delhi Dwarka Mor Metro Stations

The shootout begun place when the joint team of Punjab Police and Delhi Police tried to enter the building.

The police team recovered 12 pistols along with 100 bullets.

Senior superintendent of police (SAS Nagar, Punjab) Kuldeep Singh Chahal identified the arrested men as Deepak, Tiku, Krishan and two other men who went by the name of Sumit.

According to the police, they first went upstairs and told the occupants of Flat Number 204 to surrender.

The exchange of fire took place inside a house in which six suspected members of a gang active in Punjab had been hiding for a month.

However, police teams managed to track them near the metro station.

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Ramesh, who works for a private firm and an eyewitness to the entire shootout, said he was headed to work when he saw a man in plain clothes sprint with a sophisticated weapon in his hand.

A shootout erupted at Dwarka Mor metro station earlier today.

"The suspects were wanted by Punjab Police for murder, attempt to murder and carjacking", said Singh.

The witness realised later that the man in plainclothes was a policeman. "We are probing his role", said the officer.

Further investigation is underway.

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