Gansgter nabbed following exchange of fire in Delhi

Gansgter nabbed following exchange of fire in Delhi

New Delhi: A criminal was arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell following an exchange of fire in the national capital early Thursday, police said. According to the police, after exchange of 13 rounds of fire at around 0520 hour near Dwarka metro station, infamous gangster, who is the head of Tewatia gang, Prince Tewatia was nabbed, meanwhile, another member Pramod managed to escape. Recently, Tewatia Gang has joined hands with Nandu gang, the police said. Prince had jumped his parole and is an accused in over half of a dozen cases of murder and attempt to murder. He was also involved in running an extortion racket in South Delhi, the police added. Pramod, who managed to escape, is also a parole jumper and a dreaded member of Tewatia Gang. Out of the total 13 rounds of fire, five rounds were fired by the accused persons, whereas eight rounds were fired by police party. Efforts were on to nab Pramod, while Prince was rushed to the hospital as he sustained an injury in his leg.

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