Sattur: Passenger shot dead in bus in Tamil Nadu

A man travelling in a government bus bound for Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, was shot dead on Wednesday by an unidentified gang following an altercation near Sattur in the district.

PTI October 12, 2016 13:40:38 IST
Sattur: Passenger shot dead in bus in Tamil Nadu

Virudhunagar: A man travelling in a government bus bound for Coimbatore was shot dead on Wednesday by an unidentified gang following an altercation near Sattur in the district.

One of the members of the three-member gang, which boarded the bus between Nagercoil and Tirunelveli, got up and opened fire at the man, identified as Karuppusamy, killing him on the spot, police said.

The man was aged around 25.

When the co-passengers raised an alarm, the gang members jumped out of the bus and escaped, police said adding, a case has been registered and a special team was formed to nab the culprits.

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