Advocate And Four More Arrested For Murder In Delhi Court Complex

Swikar Luthra, the victim, was killed in a shooting incident on Monday at 8.30 p.m., according to police. They also stated that Luthra has a criminal history.





Police stated on Wednesday that four individuals, including an attorney, were arrested on suspicion of the murder of a 45-year-old man inside the advocates' chamber in Dwarka Court in Delhi.


They said three persons were caught on Tuesday, Arun Sharma, Rohit, and Darshan, while one person, Pradeep, was nabbed on Wednesday in the Shakurpur area.


Around 11.30 p.m. on Monday, police received word that a man had died from a bullet wound after being transported to a hospital in Uttam Nagar. They also stated that the victim's medico-legal certificate (MLC) had been received from the hospital.


Swikar Luthra, the victim, was killed in a shooting incident on Monday at 8.30 p.m., according to police. They also stated that Luthra had a criminal history.


During the investigation, it was discovered that Luthra, a client of attorney Arun Sharma, was still on bail and saw him with his colleague Pradeep and an autorickshaw driver named Darshan. Sharma later contacted his driver Rohit, and the five of them began consuming alcohol inside courtroom 444, according to investigators.


Luthra had a bullet wound on his back at the time and was rushed to the hospital by those who were on the scene. They claimed he had been confirmed dead.


According to police, the accused told authorities in the hospital that Luthra was shot at by unidentified people in a park and fled the scene.


Outside the chamber, however, CCTV footage showed some people washing the blood. The video also showed guys dragging the victim's body, according to the authorities.

In the Delhi Court Complex, four people, including a lawyer, were arrested for the murder of a man.


Santosh Kumar Meena, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka), stated a complaint has been filed under Indian Penal Code section 302 (murder) and the provisions of the Arms Act, and an investigation is continuing.


According to cops, Luthra was involved in fake coin fraud and was detained in 2016 by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police.

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