Dehradun: Girl Student of D-Pharma was shot dead, accused aditya tomar absconding

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Dehradun: Outside the Siddharth Group of Institution located on Sahasradhara Road, a student was publicly shot dead by a student studying with her. He was trying to forcibly make the girl sit on the bike, on refusing, the accused carried out the incident. The accused fled from the spot leaving the bike and country-made pistol at the spot. Police took the girl to a private hospital in critical condition, where doctors declared her brought dead. At the same time, the police is raiding the arrest of the accused in his possible hideouts.

However, the reason for the murder is yet to be ascertained. Police say that something will be clear only after the arrest of the accused. At the same time, the police is also trying to get information from the relatives of the girl student. 20-year-old Vanshika Bansal, a resident of Dwarka Vihar in Jwalapur, Haridwar, was studying D-Pharma in Dehradun and was living in a college hostel. In Vanshika’s class, accused Aditya Tomar, a resident of Raipur, Sundarwala also studies. On Thursday evening, Vanshika along with her friend had gone to a general store outside the college to get some items. During this, the accused Aditya reached by bike and tried to force Vanshika to sit on the bike. When Vanshika refused, the accused took out a country-made pistol from his pocket and shot him close to Vanshika’s head. After the incident, the accused fled leaving the bike and katta on the spot.

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On receiving information about the incident, Superintendent of Police, City Sarita Dobal and Police Officer Anil Joshi reached the spot. At the same time, the Raipur police station took possession of the bike and the country-made pistol. Police said that the search for the accused has been started.

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On the other hand the relatives of the deceased reached Dehradun from Haridwar and accused the college management of collusion. During this, a scuffle also took place in the Coronation Hospital. Dalanwala Kotwali Inspector NK Bhatt reached Coronation Hospital and pacified the matter.


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