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Murderers caught near Tau Devi Lal park, Gurgaon, by Police
The Gurgaon police earned another feather on their hat, when they arrested two men wanted for murder in Rewari and Mahendergarh courts. These men were arrested on Sunday after being on the hideout from the police and they were on the run.

The Joint Commissioner of Gurgaon police, Vivek Sharma gave details of the arrest and the criminals. As was reported by, Kumar said that crime branch team arrested Kuldeep alias Doctor, 28, along with his aides, Kamal and Charan Singh (both in their early twenties) Saturday night.

These hardened criminals were arrested from the Tau Devi Lal park, Sector 22 while they were plotting to murder another man. The would-be victim was from Badhrana (Rewari) village and they were about to murder him on holi, which was on March 17. When arrested, the police got three country-made pistols an cartridges.

The pinhead of the gang was Kuldeep of Khayra village in Mahendergarh district of south Haryana. From being a medical aspirant to a murderer, he would be have a long story to tell but his alianses came from humbler backgrounds. As was reported by Kumar, ''Kuldeep hatched the conspiracy to eliminate gangster Jeeta Gurjjar and the latter's aide and property dealer Bablu alias Babbu. His (Kuldeep) aides Pradeep alias Sikara and his gang members shot dead Jeeta Gurjjar Feb 11 in the Rewari court premises while Bablu was attacked Feb 17 in the Mahendergarh court premises. However, injured Bablu managed to escape.''

Kuldeep was said to have a reward of 20,000 INR on his name.

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