Four, including criminal wanted in 40 cases, sentenced to life imprisonment in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar for killing man in 2015

A 40-year-old man was shot dead outside his home in Sikri village of Muzaffarnagar on 16 October, 2015.

Press Trust of India August 25, 2019 16:20:01 IST
Four, including criminal wanted in 40 cases, sentenced to life imprisonment in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar for killing man in 2015
  • A local court sentenced four people, including a notorious criminal, to life imprisonment for killing a man in 2015

  • Additional district sessions judge Pankaj Kumar Aggarwal also imposed a fine of Rs 4,50,000 on the four men

  • Tasleem, 40, was shot dead outside his house in Sikri village by the four men on 16 October, 2015

Muzaffarnagar: A local court sentenced four people, including a notorious criminal, to life imprisonment for killing a man in 2015.

Additional district sessions judge Pankaj Kumar Aggarwal also imposed a fine of Rs 4,50,000 on the four men — Jamshed, Gulsanawwer, Munawwer and Nadeem.

According to the prosecution, Tasleem, 40, was shot dead outside his house in Sikri village by the four men on 16 October, 2015.

They were convicted under sections 302 (murder) and 307 (attempt to murder) of the IPC.

Jamshed was involved in more than 40 criminal cases, the prosecution said on Saturday.

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