Gurgaon criminal gunned down in Mumbai

Gurgaon (IANS) Sandeep Garouli, a criminal wanted in over three dozen cases, was on Sunday shot dead by the Gurgaon police crime branch in Mumbai, an official said.

Garouli, around 35 years old and a native of Garouli village near Gurgaon, was the son of Haryana Police sub inspector Bhup Singh.

Gurgaon police chief Navdeep Singh Virk told the media that Garouli was shot dead by a crime branch team at a Mumbai hotel.

Two of his associates — Deepak and Manish Khurana — were arrested.

Garouli, who had a reward of over Rs.1 lakh on his head, was on the run for some time. His two brothers were killed in a gang war.

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