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Mianwali Nagar shooting: Kejriwal Govt approves Rs one cr compensation for family of slain ASI

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New Delhi | Thursday, May 4 2017 IST
 
Days after an Assistant Sub-Inspector of Delhi Police, Vijay Kumar was killed along with two others in a shoot out in west Delhi's Mianwali Nagar area, the Aam Aadmi Party Govenment has approved Rs one crore compensation for the family of the deceased policeman.

"Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has approved Rs one crore compensation for the family of deceased ASI Vijay Kumar, who was shot dead in west Delhi," a Delhi Government source said today.

The incident took place on April 30 at around 2300 hours when Monu Dariyapur along with his friend Arun and two Protective Services Officials which included ASI Vijay Kumar and Constable Kuldeep were attacked by some bike and car-borne assailants in the National Market area of the Mianwali Nagar following which Kumar and two others (Monu, Arun) succumbed while Kuldeep was injured.

On the statement of Kuldeep, an FIR was registered under section 302,307,25,34 of Indian Penal Code and section 27 of Arms Act in connection with the matter,

Meanwhile, police is investigating into the matter.UNI DS SHK 2101

-- (UNI) -- C-1-1-DL0177-880696.Xml

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