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A Delhi vigilante gang killed a 32-year-old man on Monday as they shot him in Dwarka and now the police are suspecting that the gang might have killed again on Tuesday.
Two brothers, Pradeep (21) and Pawan (19), were on a motorcycle that brushed against a Hyundai Verna near Kanjhawala on Tuesday. After an argument, the men in the car opened fire, killing Pradeep. During police investigations, Pawan was shown pictures of known criminals. He identified one of the shooters, who is also a suspect in the Dwarka murder case.
Vikas the man who died on Monday was shot multiple times in Sector 22 of Dwarka around 9.30pm. The police found a note on the man's body in which the killers claimed to be a vigilante group taking revenge against people found involved in "crimes against society".
The note says that the idea behind the killing was to bring peace in the area. They also claim that they shot at a man who goes by the name of Hemant in Gurgaon so that they could "teach him a lesson".
The list of the people that have been attacked includes drug dealers, anti-nationals, men accused of acid attacks.
The police have reportedly said that this might be a way of how the killers may be using the note to divert the probe towards a vigilante gang instead of hired killers who work for gangsters.
The police have sent the note has for forensic analysis and are trying to identify the gang members whose names have been mentioned in it.