Delhi Police Arrest Tillu Gangster Associate Bali Again
In a recent update to the Rohini court shooting case, the criminal branch of Delhi Police on Tuesday (October 5th) arrested Naveen Dabas aka Bali, who was already in prison in connection with the murder of gangster Jitender. Gogi.
Sunil Tajpuria alias Tillu, who gave instructions for the entire operation to kill Jitender Gogi by telephone, was also arrested again and taken into police custody. Tillu and his associate Bali had planned together to kill Gogoi. So far, four people have been arrested in connection with the shooting incident in Rohini’s courtroom where Gogi was shot.
Analysis of CCTV footage
More than 100 CCTV video footage was analyzed by investigators to identify the four men in connection with the case. Sources said the two defendants involved in the shooting were clearly visible in the footage. As seen in the first CCTV sequence, the two shooters get out of their car and walk towards door number 4 of the Rohini court.
On September 25, two perpetrators identified as Umang and Vinay were arrested by Delhi police based on video footage that helped police identify the car. In the second sequence, the two shooters were seen wearing lawyers’ robes and moving around the courthouse. In the third video footage, the accused arrested and the two shooters were seen in a rented hotel room in Haiderpur. A fourth video only showed the arrested criminals who escaped from court after the shooting.
Rohini Court shooting
On September 24, in an alleged clash between rival gangs, shots were fired inside the Rohini courthouse in Delhi. According to sources, when gangster and story-maker Gogi was brought to court, his rivals opened fire on him. Three people were injured in the shooting that followed, while two assailants were killed in a Delhi police backfire. This was the fourth such dismissal in the last five years at the Rohini court.
The police shot dead assailants Rahul and Maurice who entered the courthouse dressed as lawyers. The shooting took place at Rohini Court No. 207 when gangster Jitender Mann ‘Gogi’ was brought to court. Gogi, who was injured, was transferred to a hospital where he died. Sources said forty shells were fired during the clash.