New Delhi, Jul 16 (UNI) In the latest incident shootout in the capital, two youths in their 20s, were injured by gunshot injuries in separate incidents in north-west and north-east Delhi.
According to police, Abid (22) was shot at late last night while he was riding his motorcycle, along with a friend, in Welcome Colony area of north-west Delhi.
He was rushed to the Guru Tegh Bahadur (GTB) hospital where his condition was said to be critical. The bullet had hit his head.
''We suspect it to be a case of personal enmity as Abid had fought with a person three months back,'' said a police officer.
In the second incident, a 26-year-old man, Javed, was hit by a stray bullet in his knee in north-east Delhi's Seelampur area last night.
He was taken to GTB hospital where his condition was stable, according to doctors.
''The incident took place while he was talking to his friends,'' said a police official adding that perhaps a stray bullet hit him as Javed had enmity with no one.
On Friday unidentified motorcycle-borne assailants had shot dead three people in Amar Colony and Andrews Ganj areas of posh south Delhi.
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