Greater Noida Salesman shot dead to charge Rs.10 extra, case filed

Salesman shot dead in Greater Noida 

Greater Noida, UP: In a frightening episode, three clients shot dead a 25-year-old salesman, Kuldeep Nagar, at an alcohol shop in Greater Noida on Wednesday night for charging Rs.10 extra.

The occurrence happened around 9.45 p.m when two culprits landed at the shop to purchase alcohol.

Kuldeep's family has filed a case at Kasna Police Station.

Albeit nobody has been captured yet, police enlisted the grumbling under Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (murder) and 307 (endeavor to kill).

Two culprits distinguished; old instance of hostility, state police



The Kasna police have recognized two blamed people, Surendra (inhabitant of Noida Sector 36) and Raju Gurjar (occupant of Ghaziabad). The third one is yet to be recognized.

Vineet Jaiswal, Superintendent of Police (Rural), stated, "At first sight, it appears that two men discharged shots at the unfortunate casualty in the wake of being charged Rs. 10 additional. An instance of an old ill will has additionally been accounted for."

Description of the crime scene that took place:

Culprits assaulted Kuldeep before as he refused not to sell liquor.

Kuldeep Nagar hails from Gulaothi town in Bulandshahr and was working at an alcohol shop in Aechar town of Greater Noida.

Three culprits entered the shop at around 9:45 pm to purchase liquor. They had a contention with Kuldeep over charging Rs. 10 additional.

The two culprits, who have been distinguished as Surendra and Raju, following which one of them hauled out a weapon and discharged three shots at Kuldeep. At the point when Kuldeep fallen on the ground, the blamed fled in their vehicle," said Jaiswal.


Analyzing CCTV film, charged will be captured soon: Police



Subsequent to shooting at Kuldeep, the three charged fled on a bicycle while terminating noticeable all around. Kuldeep was pronounced dead on landing when he was hurried to the adjacent Ivory Hospital. Two slugs had hit his chest and stomach area.

"We are endeavoring to recognize the culprits with the assistance for CCTV footage received from the shop. They will be captured soon," said SHO (Kasna) Ajay Kumar.

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