The Delhi Police released sketches of the accused of the incident where a Congress worker was gunned down in his car by occupants of another car following an argument with them allegedly over their rash driving on Bhalswa Flyover on 6th February.
43-year old Vinod Mehra, the resident of east Delhi's Geeta Colony had lost his life early morning after a brawl turned fatal on Delhi's Bhalswa Flyover on Tuesday.
The victim has been identified as Vinod Mehra. The incident took place when the 43-year-old was returning home after attending a marriage function at one of the banquets on GTK Road.
The victim was driving his Wagon R when suddenly a van overtook him. Soon, Mehra and the occupants of the van started arguing and Mehra objected to the rash driving. Both vehicles stopped on Bhalaswa Flyover and the argument began. One of the occupants of the other vehicle came out and fired one shot at Mehra. The bullet pierced the left side of Mehra's chest, just below the heart.
Mehra was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital where he was declared as 'brought dead'.