Man caught for killing kidnapper

Killer avenges his brother's abduction

A 30-year-old man has been arrested for killing an illicit liquor supplier for kidnapping his brother in outer Delhi’s Kanjhawala last month, police said on Monday.

On November 10, Delhi Transport Corporation bus conductor Deepak Rana and his two colleagues were kidnapped by an illicit liquor suppliers gang on doubt that they informed police about the gang’s activities in the capital.

Deepak’s brother Daljeet vowed revenge when he was informed about the incident.
“On November 18, Daljeet met illicit liquor supplier Puran on the pretext of getting supply of liquor. Daljeet took Puran to Mubarakpur Road and shot him dead,” said Rajiv Ranjan, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell).

When Deepak was kidnapped, it was claimed that the gang had suffered a loss of Rs 6 lakh. He was accused of being a police informer when Kanjhawala police arrested two persons with 60 boxes of illicit liquor on November 10.

Deepak and his colleagues Manoj and Raj Kumar were taken to Haryana’s Bahadurgarh and told to make a payment of Rs 6 lakh.

When they failed to arrange the money, the three men were beaten up and handed over to police with illicit liquor near Nangloi Metro station.

They narrated the ordeal to police on which they were released and two of the kidnappers were arrested.

On November 30, a Special Cell team received an information that Daljeet would come to Deep Colony in Rohini sector 24.

“A trap was laid and Daljeet was intercepted while riding a motorcycle,” Ranjan added.

On his search, a country-made pistol of 7.65 mm caliber with four cartridges were recovered.

A case was under Arms Act has been registered with Special Cell police station.
Daljeet had enrolled in NIIT for a three-year computer course, but dropped it after a year. He then worked as a telecaller with a BPO in south Delhi’s Vasant Vihar.

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