Bulldozer Action On ‘Illegal’ House Of Gogamedi Murder Accused In Jaipur: VIDEO

New Delhi: Rajasthan government on Thursday demolished the house of one of the accused in the shooting of Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena chief, Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi, news agency ANI reported. According to the report, Rohit Rathore’s house was demolished by the civic authorities in Jaipur. The Jaipur Greater Municipal Corporation bulldozed Rathore’s house in Khatipura area, saying it was constructed illegally.

According to reports, Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi was shot dead in the living room of his house in Shyam Nagar area on December 5. Police arrested seven people, including the two shooters, in connection with the attack.

Two alleged killers in the case were identified as Rohit Rathore from Jaipur and Nitin Fauji from Haryana’s Mahendragarh. The police had announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh for information, which led to their arrest.

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The duo was arrested from Chandigarh’s Sector 22 during a joint operation launched by the Delhi Police and Rajasthan Police on December 10.

As per reports, the shooters, Nitin Fauji and Rohit Rathore, had gone to Gogamedi’s house with another person, Naveen Shekhawat.

In an alleged Facebook post, gangster Rohit Godara claimed responsibility for the murder of Gogamedi. The social media post stated that they took action against Gogamedi due to his alleged collaboration with their adversaries.

“Three people had come from outside. They talked for 10 minutes and then opened fire. Sukhdev Singh’s bodyguard has also been injured in the firing. Currently, he is admitted in ICU. The entire incident was captured on CCTV. The attacker named Naveen Singh Shekhawat has died in cross-firing. He is a resident of Shahpura. Lives near Jaipur,” ANI quoted police as saying.