Man who opened fire in Delhi detained; 4 die, 37 policemen injured in clashes
A Delhi Police Head Constable and three civilians lost their lives in clashes over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in Northeast Delhi on Monday. Meanwhile, police have detained a 33-year-old man identified as Shahrukh for allegedly firing eight rounds in Maujpur area.
Man who opened fire in Delhi detained
The violent CAA protester who had opened fire on a Delhi police head constable on Monday (24 February) during violent protests in Maujpur has been identified as Shahrukh.
As per journalist the 33 year old Shahrukh has now been detained by the cops on charges of firing eight rounds in North-East Delhi’s 66 Foota Road. A video of the shocking act had earlier gone viral.
To the credit of Delhi police head constable Neeraj Dhaiya, he unflinchingly faced the shooter. It may be recalled that during a similar violent anti-CAA protest in Delhi’s Seelampur, a bomb had exploded in a protester’s hand before he could throw it.
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