4 associates of Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar, who had been concerned within the alleged property dispute case that led to the loss of life of a 23-year-old wrestler on the Chhatrasal Stadium in Delhi, have been arrested, police mentioned at the moment.
The accused have been recognized as 38-year-old Bhupender, Mohit, 22, Gulab, 24, residents of Haryana’s Jhajjar district and Manjeet, 29, a local of Rohtak district, they mentioned.
They’re lively members of the Kala Asauda and Neeraj Bawana gangs and had been arrested from Delhi’s Kanjhawala space on Tuesday night time, police mentioned.
The arrests had been made by the staff of Particular Workers of Rohini district of the Delhi Police on a tip off.
All 4 arrested are associates of Sushil Kumar and had been concerned within the Chhatrasal Stadium brawl.
Non-Bailable Warrants had been additionally issued in opposition to them in reference to the incident, they mentioned.
Wrestler Sagar Rana died and two of his buddies had been injured after they had been allegedly assaulted by Sushil Kumar and others inside Delhi’s Chhatrasal Stadium.
The incident occurred on the intervening night time of Could 4 and Could 5 over a dispute associated to a property situated within the Mannequin City space.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Rohini), Pranav Tayal, mentioned the particular employees of the district acquired info that 4 individuals of the Kala Asauda and Neeraj Bawana gangs concerned within the case had been coming to Ghewra village to satisfy their affiliate Kala.
“Appearing upon the data, our staff laid a lure close to Ghewra railway crossing and arrested all 4 individuals after their identification by a secret informer,” he mentioned.
When interrogated, all of the 4 accused narrated the sequence of occasions and particulars of different individuals concerned within the crime.
In addition they mentioned that they deserted their autos and weapons on the spot of crime, the DCP mentioned.
Sushil Kumar and his affiliate Ajay Kumar had been arrested on Sunday from outer Delhi’s Mundka space by a staff of Delhi Police”s Particular Cell and the case was then transferred to the Crime Department which is presently probing the case.
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