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The victim’s jaw was shot and it was removed after surgery on Monday, police said, adding that the victim is now in danger.

New Delhi: A 35-year-old man was shot in the car late Sunday night near the Harinagar clock tower in West Delhi by four armed men who were aiming to snatch the gold chain and bracelet.

The victim’s jaw was shot and it was removed after surgery on Monday, police said, adding that the victim is now in danger.

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Pradeep Singh, who runs a salon in Harinagar, was drinking ice cream near Harinagar’s Clock Tower with his brother-in-law Simar Jeet. Targeted Jeet. “At around 11.20pm on Sunday night, a group of four men fired a round at Jeep from inside the Scorpio car (the number plate indicates it was a taxi) and then grabbed the chain and the trap … the victim was immediately taken to the locals. At the hospital, doctors found a bullet in the victim’s jaw. He was later shifted to a private hospital where he was successfully discharged after surgery. Police have also seized the cartridge cover from the place where the incident took place, ”he said.

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He said many teams have been formed to check the vehicle’s exact registration number and that CCTV cameras are being installed in and around the area. “Our teams have already launched attacks on all potential hideouts of criminals in the western and outer districts. We are also analyzing CCTV footage of the various routes connected to the area. Most of the cases were registered at Harinagar police station against unknown perpetrators under Section 34 of IPC and Weapons Act (acts committed by a number of persons for general purpose), 394 (voluntarily causing pain in a robbery) and 397 (attempted robbery or banditry, causing death or grave injury). An investigation is underway, he said.

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