-Two assailants were also killed on spot by Delhi Special Cell
-One female advocate is injured in firing
Sudama Pal/Associate Editor
New Delhi: Thirty year old notorious gangster Jitendra Man ‘Gogi’ was shot dead by his rival gang criminals on Friday afternoon in one of the Rohini Courts. The jawans of Delhi Special Cell also killed both of the assailants on the spot. Four persons are killed in this incident. One of the female advocate is reported gun injured, said a senior cop of Delhi Police.
This audacious incident took place in Rohini in the court of judge Gagandeep Singh when gangster Jinendra ‘Gogi’ was produced in the court for hearing a case. As soon as Jitendra Hogi entered the court room, two criminals who were disguised themselves in the dress code of an advocate, took out their pistols are starting firing to target Gangster Jitendra Gogi and he was dead on spot. The jawans of Special Cell were shocked of sudden firing in court room, but they were alert enough and they also started firing at assailants. There was firing more than 30 rounds and both the attackers and one more person was killed in firing. One female advocate was injured in firing, said police.
The deceased assailants are identified as Rahul and Moris. Both of them the hard core criminals of Sunil alias Tillu Tajpuriya gang. Rahul had reward worth fifty thousand rupees on his head, said senior cop.
According to Rakesh Asthana, the police commissioner of Delhi, gangster Jitendra Gogi was imprisoned in Tihar Jail since March,2020. He was arrested with his three associates last year from Bahadurgarh by Special Cell. At the time of arresting he had reward worth 6 lakh on his head. There are registered more than dozen criminal cases against him in various police stations of Delhi, Haryana and other states in the allegations of murder, extortion, docaity, illegal possession of plots and lands.
There is deadly rivalry between Gogi and Tillu gangs. During a decade more than twenty criminals have been killed in gang war of both the gangs, added police commissioner of Delhi. The security of court premises have been strengthened.