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Three injured in Gurgaon college clash

Press Trust of India  |  Gurgaon 

Three people were injured in a between two groups inside the Dronacharya government college campus here this afternoon, police said.

The injured were identified as and Mohan, both ex-students of the college, and Mohit, who is currently studying there, they said, adding that the students clashed over some personal dispute.

Trouble started when entered the campus today with a group six-seven of his friends armed with hockey sticks and pulled a gun on at the canteen, police said.

He even fired a shot in the air, following which a crowd gathered at the scene. As was trying to reload the weapon, attacked him, they said.

In the ensuing commotion, Vicky hit with the butt of the country-made pistol and injured him, following which the crowd caught hold of Vicky and and beat them up, police added.

All of Vicky's other friends managed to flee, they said.

Vicky received severe injuries to the head, chest and stomach and was admitted to the The other two injured, and Mohit, were undergoing treatment at the here.

"We have registered an FIR against Vicky and under relevant IPC sections and investigation is underway. We are looking for the other accused too," a said.

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First Published: Fri, April 06 2018. 01:05 IST