Manoj Bhati, a sharp shooter in Uttar Pradesh, was fatally shot by police
UP Crime: Manoj Bhati, a wanted criminal, was fatally shot by the Uttar Pradesh Police on Sunday during an enocunter. Bhati was a skilled shooter in a gang that operated in western Uttar Pradesh under the leadership of Randeep Bhati and Sundar Bhati.
The murderer came from the Gautam Buddha Nagar village of Nagla Nainsukh. He was captured on Saturday along with Ankit, a second criminal from the Haryana hamlet of Sarawali who was carrying a Rs 1 lakh bounty.
The encounter also resulted in the shooting of SOG Inspector Somveer Singh. The cops have taken the wounded inspector into the hospital.
The police had detained both of the criminals, according to ASP Mukesh Chand Mishra. In order to find the gun used in the crime, Sabli Mod was transported close to the bypass.
Manoj Bhati attempted to flee by stealing a head constable's gun. During this, there was a police interaction. The scoundrel was taken to the hospital after suffering injuries. There he was pronounced dead by the doctor.
On August 16, outside the Hapur court, history-sheeter Lakhan of Faridabad was killed. Manoj Bhati was a party to this crime.