He received four bullet injuries on his chest, stomach, waist and back.
New Delhi: An altercation over sharing of a passenger seat in a state roadways bus ended in the murder of the 24-year-old son of an assistant sub inspector (ASI) posted in the Delhi police.
Deceased Milan Kumar, son of Delhi police officer Anand Kumar, was shot by one Ankit and his associate at his house at Mokhra village of Rohtak in Haryana on Thursday. A profusely bleeding Milan was rushed to PGIMS in Rohtak, where he was declared brought dead. He received four bullet injuries on his chest, stomach, waist and back.
The body was sent for post-mortem examination and the police said the body would be handed over to the family after the autopsy.
“A case of murder has been registered against Ankit and an unidentified person,” it added. According to information, Milan, a graduate, was taking coaching classes in New Delhi for recruitment in Delhi and Haryana police. He had an argument with Ankit on Wednesday over sharing of a seat in a state roadways bus.
On Thursday too, the two had a brawl at the village bus stand. Milan had also registered a complaint against the assailants.
During the late hours on Thursday night, Ankit and one more person went to Milan’s house. When Milan’s brother came out of the house, the two talked about making a compromise.
Meanwhile, Milan too walked in and soon after his arrival, the two opened fire on him. Miland’s brother Ravi ran for safety and Milan fell on the ground. Subsequently, Ravi cried for help. However, before the villagers could gather, Ankit and his associate managed to flee.