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Body of 24-year-old man found in his car

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A 24-year-old computer operator was found dead in his car with his throat slit and a gunshot injury, in outer Delhi's Narela area, police said today.

Mohit, who worked with a private discom, was seen by a person during morning walk around 8 am following which he was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.



"His throat was slit with some sharp-edged object and he was shot with the bullet piercing through his abdomen," said a senior police officer.

Police also received several glasses, bottle and cigarette buts, indicating the presence of persons known to Mohit when he was attacked.

Mohit was a resident of Bakner village in Narela area. He was found in his car barely a kilometre away from his house.

His family members told police that he had left the house in his elder brother Manish's Santro car at 8 pm last night to meet his friends. But he didn't return. They also called his friends but he remained untraceable.

A case of has been registered at Narela police station, added the officer.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Body of 24-year-old man found in his car

A 24-year-old computer operator was found dead in his car with his throat slit and a gunshot injury, in outer Delhi's Narela area, police said today. Mohit, who worked with a private discom, was seen by a person during morning walk around 8 am following which he was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. "His throat was slit with some sharp-edged object and he was shot with the bullet piercing through his abdomen," said a senior police officer. Police also received several glasses, liquor bottle and cigarette buts, indicating the presence of persons known to Mohit when he was attacked. Mohit was a resident of Bakner village in Narela area. He was found in his car barely a kilometre away from his house. His family members told police that he had left the house in his elder brother Manish's Santro car at 8 pm last night to meet his friends. But he didn't return. They also called his friends but he remained untraceable. A case of murder has been registered at ... A 24-year-old computer operator was found dead in his car with his throat slit and a gunshot injury, in outer Delhi's Narela area, police said today.

Mohit, who worked with a private discom, was seen by a person during morning walk around 8 am following which he was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.

"His throat was slit with some sharp-edged object and he was shot with the bullet piercing through his abdomen," said a senior police officer.

Police also received several glasses, bottle and cigarette buts, indicating the presence of persons known to Mohit when he was attacked.

Mohit was a resident of Bakner village in Narela area. He was found in his car barely a kilometre away from his house.

His family members told police that he had left the house in his elder brother Manish's Santro car at 8 pm last night to meet his friends. But he didn't return. They also called his friends but he remained untraceable.

A case of has been registered at Narela police station, added the officer.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Body of 24-year-old man found in his car

A 24-year-old computer operator was found dead in his car with his throat slit and a gunshot injury, in outer Delhi's Narela area, police said today.

Mohit, who worked with a private discom, was seen by a person during morning walk around 8 am following which he was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.

"His throat was slit with some sharp-edged object and he was shot with the bullet piercing through his abdomen," said a senior police officer.

Police also received several glasses, bottle and cigarette buts, indicating the presence of persons known to Mohit when he was attacked.

Mohit was a resident of Bakner village in Narela area. He was found in his car barely a kilometre away from his house.

His family members told police that he had left the house in his elder brother Manish's Santro car at 8 pm last night to meet his friends. But he didn't return. They also called his friends but he remained untraceable.

A case of has been registered at Narela police station, added the officer.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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