UP: History-sheeter shot dead while bathing in pool with children, entire incident caught on CCTV

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A sensational incident has emerged from Uttar Pradesh’s Meerut, where a man was shot in public while taking a dip in a pool with his children. The man suffered a direct bullet wound to the head which resulted in his death on the spot. The accused also fled from the spot. The entire incident was captured in the CCTV camera installed there. The case is from Nauchandi Police Station area of ​​Meerut.

Ashard, a resident of Nauchandi, was a clothier. Around 9 pm on Tuesday night, he along with his brother-in-law and son and daughter had gone for a bath in a swimming pool near Juranpur Gate in Lohia Nagar area. Meanwhile, there was a brawl with some youths present there. Meanwhile, a young man took out a pistol and suddenly shot the person.

The accused fled from the spot

The people around were shocked by this sudden incident, while the accused fled from the spot. Seeing their father shot, the children also rushed there and started crying seeing their father bleeding. Arshad was picked up by those present at the swimming pool and taken to the hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

The deceased was a history sheeter

The accused is said to be a youth living in the same area as the deceased. As soon as the information about the murder was received, the police reached the spot. When the police checked the CCTV cameras installed there, the entire incident came to light. The body has been recovered and sent for post-mortem and police are still searching for the accused. The investigation revealed that the deceased Arshad was also a history sheeter. More than 18 cases have been registered against Arshad. The investigation also revealed that the deceased Arshad had a dispute with a youth named Imran, a resident of Zaidi Form. A case has been registered against five people in this case. Now the police has started the investigation of this case and the accused is being searched.


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