Fraudster- crook Gogi murdered in Delhi’s Rohini; miscreants caught miscreants

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Fraudster- crook Gogi murdered in Delhi's Rohini; miscreants caught miscreants

Fraudster- crook Gogi murdered in Delhi’s Rohini; miscreants caught miscreants – There has been an incident of firing in broad daylight in the high-security Rohini court of the capital Delhi. Notorious crook Gogi has been killed in this firing. The police also retaliated to the firing of the miscreants and killed both of them. In the Rohini court, two armed miscreants had come in the guise of lawyers and due to this, they could not be identified. It is being said that these people had come to kill the infamous crook Gogi. According to police sources, Gogi was attacked by the Tillu Tajpuria gang dressed as a lawyer. This incident has raised questions about the security of the court, the process of investigation. Such an incident inside the court premises has presented a horrifying scene.

Delhi Police had come to Rohini court to hear a case regarding gangster Jitendra Mann ‘Gogi’. During this, two miscreants who came in the dress of a lawyer opened fire. In retaliation, the police killed both the miscreants. Gogi was immediately rushed to the hospital, where he died. Many serious criminal cases including murder and robbery were registered against Jitendra Gogi. He was lodged in Tihar Jail, from where he was brought to the court for hearing a case. During this, two miscreants of Tillu Tajpuria gang, who had an enmity with him, opened fire, who was disguised as a lawyer.

Giving information about the incident, Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana said, “Two miscreants opened fire on Gogi when he was taken to the Rohini court for the hearing. In response, the police fired on both the miscreants, and they were killed. One of these two miscreants had a reward of Rs 50,000. The incident took place in the court’s chamber number 206, when Gogi was to be produced before the judge. There was chaos due to the sudden firing. A large number of people were present in many chambers and due to this type of firing incident in broad daylight, people came in panic.