Restaurant Owner in Delhi, Facing Murder Charge, Fatally Shot by Assailants

New Delhi, India: In a tragic incident, a 32-year-old restaurant owner was fatally shot by unidentified assailants in northeast Delhi’s New Usmanpur area, according to police officials. The victim, Sanjay Singh, who had been implicated in a murder case, was attacked near his residence while returning from his restaurant in the early hours of Wednesday.

Reports suggest that Singh was discovered with severe injuries on the road by a friend, who then alerted his younger brother Nitin, a dairy owner. Nitin arrived at the scene to find his brother lying in a pool of blood near Hanuman Mandir Wali Gali service road with injuries to his head, shoulder, elbow, and abdomen. Despite being rushed to Jag Pravesh Chandra Hospital, Singh was pronounced dead upon arrival by medical professionals.

Authorities disclosed the recovery of seven empty bullet shells, four fragments of lead, and a live round of 7.65 mm at the crime scene. Further investigation revealed that Singh had been linked to the murder of a local resident named Ravinder, with whom he shared the same neighborhood.

Law enforcement officials are currently combing through CCTV footage from the area to identify the perpetrators responsible for Singh’s untimely demise. A comprehensive inquiry is underway to explore all possible angles of the case, as the community grapples with the shock and aftermath of the shooting.

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