Mianwali triple murder: Rugby player arrested

Barsaba Taglieri
Agosto 10, 2017

Summary: A 28-year-old rugby player was arrested on August 2 for his alleged involvement in the triple murders at Mianwali Nagar in April, the police said on Wednesday. He was involved in shooting Bhupender alias Monu Daryapur, his aide Arun and Monu's private security officer, a Delhi Police Assistant Sub-Inspector Vijay Kumar, were shot dead while Constable Kuldeep, PSO to Monu, sustained critical bullet injuries. "Parmeet has represented India in Rugby in Pakistan in 2005, in Sri Lanka in 2006 and in Uzbekistan in 2015", said the DCP.

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Special Cell, Pramod Singh Kushwaha said, the accused has been identified as Parmeet alias Bhanja who was carrying a reward of Rs 1 lakh on his arrest.

On April 30 this year, Bhupender alias Monu was having snacks near Shoken Chowk, in Mianwali Nagar in his Ciaz vehicle with his friends and two PSOs.

Previously, the anti-terror unit of Delhi Police had arrested Satish, Naveen Khatri, Rajesh alias Rajje, Sonu Kejriwal, Sumittra and Sandeep in connection to the case while Satyawan alias Sonu Daryapur and Vijay Lamba are still at large. Parmeet was arrested following a tip-off about his arrival near the main gate of Sanjay Van at Aruna Asaf Ali Road. "One loaded pistol of 9mm caliber and containing two live cartridges was recovered from his possession", the DCP added. Dabas is fondly nicknamed as "Bhanja". He tracked Monu's movements for four days before finally informing the shooters about his location on April 30, the day he was killed", said the officer.Medical billsOn how the former player came in contact with the gangster, the police said Parmeet had taken a huge loan to undergo pancreatic surgery in 2016 and was finding it hard to repay the amount."He has a relative in Kanjhawala village, the same village Sonu belongs to.

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