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Multiple Rounds Fired Outside House In Delhi, None Hurt

Late on Thursday night, two youths who remain unidentified opened fire outside a home in Yamuna Vihar, north-east Delhi, according to the police.
Panic struck the area after the incident outside C-10/132, Yamuna Vihar. But they said there were no reported injuries.

Around 11:16 p.m., two boys riding a scooter opened fire outside a house in Yamuna Vihar, according to the police.

“There were several shots fired. Nobody was hurt. A live 7.65 mm round and several empty shells were found at the scene, according to the police.

“A grievance has been filed. Additional research is underway,” they declared.

As per Delhi police, the complainant, 52-year-old Hasiniddin Siddique, who owns a clothing store on Gali Tank Road in Karol Bagh, claimed that two boys on a scooter drove up and opened fire outside his Yamuna Vihar home.

“We are looking for hints in the complaint. An investigation is still ongoing, according to officials.

A man was hurt when multiple gunshots were fired in the vicinity of Delhi’s Kanhaiya Nagar metro station earlier in November of last year. The injured man, identified as 35-year-old Mahadev, lived in the city’s Dakshinpuri neighborhood and had three prior criminal cases against him.

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