A history-sheeter was shot dead by unidentified assailants in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur city on Wednesday, police said. The history-sheeter’s condition remains critical. The matter is of mutual rivalry. The incident took place on Wednesday evening near Vitrag City in the police commissionerate. It is being told that the miscreants fired 3 to 4 rounds.
According to the information, the name of the young man who has been shot is Rakesh Manju. Manju is a history-sheeter and has an old rivalry with gangster Vikram Singh Nandia. Earlier also, there has been an incident of firing between Rakesh Manju and the opposing group. In such a situation, on Wednesday, miscreants of Vikram group shot Rakesh Manju. Rakesh was shot on his left shoulder.
It is being told that Rakesh’s condition is critical and he has been kept in the red zone of trauma. Currently, CT scan and X-ray are being done. Only then will it be known how many bullets he has been shot.
It is being told that two years ago, Rakesh Manju shot Vikram Singh near Dalibai Temple Intersection in the city on the day of Shivaratri. During this time Vikramsingh Nandia was sitting in the car. Then Rakesh Manju and his associates, who were already doing Reiki, opened fire from the front. One of the bullets hit him near the rib in the left side of his waist. But going to the hospital on time saved his life. It is being told that Vikram Singh’s gang has taken revenge for this.
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