Two people arrested, came to Delhi from Punjab for killing Kashmiri activist


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New Delhi:

Delhi Police arrested two people living in Faridkot, Punjab and claimed that they had come to kill Kashmiri activist Sushil Pandit. For this work, he was given a contract of Rs 20 lakh by a gangster from Punjab. Police have arrested both the accused Sukhwinder Singh and Lakhan. Both are residents of Kotkapura village in Faridkot, Punjab.

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Both of them are accused that they were given a contract to kill a Kashmiri activist for 20 lakh rupees. DCP Binduk Singh of South West Delhi told that he had come to kill Sushil Pandit. For this, they were given a betel nut of 10-10 lakh rupees.

According to the police, he was sent to Delhi by the gangster Prince in Faridkot Jail. The Prince was assigned this task by two people sitting in Dubai and Pakistan. These people used to talk to each other through the signal app. Prince and Lakhan are friends. They were caught when they were looking for a rented house to stay in South Delhi for a few days. According to the police, two Pakistan-made pistols and two country-made kattas have been recovered from them.


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