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Delhi: Shots Fired at AAP MLA Naresh Yadav’s Convoy While Returning From Temple, Old Rivalry Exposed


Unknown assailants opened fire on the convoy of Aam Aadmi Party’s newly elected MLA Naresh Yadav in Delhi on Tuesday night. when he and his supporters were returning home after visiting a temple after his victory, killing a party volunteer, police and a senior AAP leader said. Seven rounds were fired at the MLA’s convoy. Another person injured in the incident has been admitted to a hospital. AAP leader Sanjay Singh identified the dead party volunteer as Ashok Mann. Police had arrested an accused who opened fire on the convoy. According to the police, the deceased Ashok Mann had an old enmity with the accused.

According to the police, there was an old rivalry between Ashok Mann and the attacker, due to which the attack was carried out. It is being told that the nephew of the accused was injured in the firing in 2019, the suspect of this firing was on the deceased Ashok Mann. Accused Kalu had also threatened to kill the deceased Ashoka 15 days ago. According to the police, Ashoka was attacked with the intention of taking revenge on the shooting on the nephew. Delhi Police said that this whole matter has nothing to do with politics. Additional DCP Indictor Pratap Singh of Delhi Police said, “Investigation so far has revealed that only 1 attacker was involved in this incident and he came to kill the deceased.” MLA Naresh Yadav was not the target in this case.

Significantly, the convoy of Aam Aadmi Party MLA Naresh Yadav from Mehrauli assembly seat in Delhi was attacked late on Tuesday. A worker named AAP’s Ashok Mann was killed in this attack, while another worker Harendra was injured. According to the information, Naresh was attacked by bullets when he was returning from the temple after the election results. Naresh has not suffered any loss in this attack in Kishangarh. The injured have been admitted to a nearby hospital.