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Local BJP leader’s brother-in-law arrested for murdering him over love marriage

Identified as Chaman alias Pawan, the accused had joined a gang to take revenge.

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Aman was arrested by a special task force (STF) here for gunning down a local BJP leader for having a love marriage with his sister, police said on Friday.

Identified as Chaman alias Pawan, the accused had joined a gang to take revenge.

According to STF, the accused, also the brother-in-law of the slain BJP leader Sukhbir Khatana alias Sukhi, confessed that he took the extreme step owing to a rivalry that developed after Khatana’s love marriage with his sister. ”It was in 2008 when Sukhbir had a love marriage with my sister Pushpa after which I had developed a rivalry against him. To eliminate Sukhbir I came in touch with gangster Vikram alias Papla Gujjar in 2010-11 and started working for the gang” the accused told police.

”I hatched a conspiracy to kill Sukhbir, along with gangster Papla and other associates and finally gunned down him,” he added. Khatana (46) was gunned down by armed assailants at a Raymond showroom, located on Gurudwara road near Sadar bazaar on September 1. STF Superintendent of Police (SP) Jaibir Singh Rathee said, ”The accused is an active member of the Papla Gujjar gang and involved in 9 cases of heinous crimes and our team nabbed him from Badshahpur last night.” ”The accused confessed that after about two week of recee, they finally gunned down Sukhbir at a showroom here by firing over 14 bullets at him,” he said.

Chaman’s associates have also been identified as Rahul, Ankur, Deepak and Yogesh alias Silu. Silu was nabbed already and we are conducting raids to nab another accused, the official said. ”We will take the accused to police remand for questioning. He is being produced in a city court,” he added.

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