The 26-year-old was first shot, then committed suicide, police said

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A heartbreaking incident was reported in Malad, Mumbai on Tuesday. Here, a 23-year-old man was shot dead by a 23-year-old teenager and then ended his life by shooting himself.

A heartbreaking incident was reported in Malad, Mumbai on Tuesday. Here, a 23-year-old man was shot dead by a 23-year-old teenager and then ended his life by shooting himself. According to the data, Malad is located west of Linkamong Road. Bangur city police has filed a case of murder and started investigation. According to the police, the cause of the murder may have been the tension in the love affair.

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According to the information received, the young man’s name is Rahul Yadav and the girl’s fund is mixed. Preliminary investigation revealed that Rahul Yadav was a resident of Lalji Pad in Kandivali West and his daughter Nidhi Mishra lived in the village of Malara East Kura. Nidhi Mishra’s marriage was fixed.

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It is believed that Rahul was very angry and called Nidhi to meet him. Where after intercourse, Rahul shot Nidhi with a desi katta which he kept and later shot himself and committed suicide. Additional CP Dilip Sawant reached the spot and said the matter was being investigated.

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The 26-year-old was first shot, then committed suicide, police said
The 26-year-old was first shot, then committed suicide, police said

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