BSP leader's son opens fire


“Vivek Singh, the son of BSP legilslator Chander Bir Singh, opened fire at the manager in Mocha Bar,” said Additional Commissioner of Police (southeast Delhi) Virender Singh.
“The bullet missed the manager and hit a wooden plank. Vivek fled the place,” he said. The Mocha Bar is a bar-cum-cafe at the busy Nehru Place commercial centre.
Police said Vivek’s sister had visited the place for dinner late on Tuesday. She reportedly lost her wallet and went to inquire about it around 11:45 am on Wednesday. She was accompanied by Vivek and his wife.

“As Vivek and his wife waited in their car outside the bar, his sister went inside. She had a heated argument with the bar manager who denied finding the wallet. She went outside and told her brother about the incident,” the police officer said. “Vivek, along with his wife and sister, then went inside and had a scuffle with the manager. Vivek pulled out a gun and fired at him. He fled the place leaving his sister and wife at the bar,” he added.
Police said the women were detained for questioning. Initially, they did not cooperate with the police and denied knowing Vivek. The officer said they were trying to find out the make of the weapon.

“We have registered a case of attempt to murder against him and are hopeful of arresting him soon.”
The Mocha Bar staff was not available for comments.

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