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UP: Cop opened fire at neighbor, three injured

Devdiscourse News Desk | Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) | Updated: 15-05-2019 09:26 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 08:46 IST
UP: Cop opened fire at neighbor, three injured
The injured have been admitted to hospital and the accused identified as Sub-Inspector Amit Kumar is apprehended. He is posted at Pratapgarh district. Image Credit: ANI

A police sub-inspector opened fire last night from his service weapon following an argument with his neighbour, injuring three people in the incident. The incident took place at Madiyaon in Lucknow over some personal dispute. The injured have been admitted to hospital and the accused identified as Sub-Inspector Amit Kumar is apprehended. He is posted at Pratapgarh district.

Police have seized his service weapon and a case has been registered against him. "It is a personal dispute. 3 people are injured. Accused is apprehended and his service weapon seized. A case has been registered and appropriate action is being taken," said Superintendent of Police, Trans Gomti, Lucknow.



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