murder of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader and business tycoon Deepak Bhardwaj in his south Delhi farmhouse, but the four arrested accused are likely to reveal the details in a court in New Delhi on Tuesday, April 2.
All the four arrested accused--two shooters - Purushottam Rana alias Monu, Sunil Mann alias Sonu - car owner Rakesh alias Bhola, and Amit, the driver of the car, are likely to be presented in the court on Tuesday.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Chhaya Sharma on Monday, April 1 told media persons that based on the information provided by Rakesh, the owner of the grey-coloured Skoda Laura car used in killing BSP leader, Amit was arrested
However, DCP (South) did not reveal further details related to the case.
If the four arrested accused were hired to kill the BSP leader, then who are the main conspirators of the crime?
CCTV footage clearly shows the killers coming out of Bhardwaj's farmhouse after killing him and flaunting guns to scare away onlookers.
Bhardwaj, the richest candidate in the 2009 Lok Sabha polls with declared assets of over Rs 600 crore, was fired upon from point blank range by three men who fled after the incident. He was gunned down by the trio who entered his farmhouse in Rajokri at 8:55 AM on March 26 on the pretext of booking the place for a marriage, Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar had told reporters.
A post-mortem examination report revealed Bharadwaj had been shot thrice -- once in his head and twice in his chest.