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Congress Spokesperson Shot Dead In Broad Daylight In F'bad; 'Slaps A Huge Question Mark Over Law & Order'

By Lawstreet News Network      Jun 28, 2019      0 Comments      962 Views

A sensational murder of state Congress spokesperson Vikas Chaudhary in broad daylight in Faridabad has sent shivers down the spine. The killing was commissioned when the deceased was going to the gym for a work out, the murder was caught on a close circuit camera installed there. The pictures caught on camera screamed loudly that the assailants came in a car and were lying in wait for the attack.

No sooner did Chaudhary's car stop, the assailants opened fire. There were many rounds fired that resulted in killing Chaudhary on the spot. Those present at the gym rushed downstairs hearing the gunshots, they reached the crime scene only to find him dead.

On the other hand, the police have got the footage to examine and will soon catch the killers, they say.

"Vikas Chaudhary died on the spot. We have identified the assailants and we will have them soon," Rajesh Kumar DCP Faridabad spoke.

Haryana state President Ashok Tanwar reached the Civil Hospital Faridabad and condemned the incident. He said "there is no law and order not only in the state of Haryana but in the whole country. This is the fourth murder in a week. Faridabad has become a lawless city where there is no proper policing that could deter the crime all-time high. The residents feel insecure and frightened as the terror of toughies travels across the town."

He demanded a fair and fearless probe into it and the culprits be arrested soon.

As per sources, Vikas Chaudhary had a criminal past with dozens of cases registered against him along with a tag of bad character.

The question needing attention is that Faridabad is reeling from fear. Crime graph is shooting up alarmingly without any check to curb it. The police are speaking too confidently of arresting the assailants. Let's wait and see, how long it takes for the government to fix it.

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