Ponty Chadha killing: Two warring brothers & a united family
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And so it was. As the chants of "Waheguru" went up, and the pyres of the two warring brothers were lit side by side.
Ponty aide's condition stable
The condition of Narinder Kumar Ahwalwat, Ponty Chadha's manager, who suffered a gunshot injury during the Saturday shootout, is said to be stable. Ahwalwat, who has a bullet wound on his leg, is recovering in Medanta Medicity, Gurgaon. A close associate of Ponty, Ahwalwat also has farmhouse near that of the Chadhas. Sukhdev Singh Namdhari, an eyewitness in the case, in his complaint said he went to the farmhouse with Ponty around noon. While they were still in the car, Ahwalwat got out. As the gate was being opened, he saw Hardeep with his men. Hardeep fired at the car and Ahwalwat, who was hit.
Police guard scene of crime
42, DLF Chhattarpur Farms, Mehrauli, that witnessed a sensational crossfire on Saturday afternoon wore a deserted look on Sunday. The neighbours and shopkeepers said they were not aware of the incident. Those who ventured near the crime scene were asked to leave by the policemen posted there. "I tried to sneak a peek inside the farmhouse, but the policemen asked me to leave. It is strange that we did not come to know of the incident," a shopkeeper said.
Mulayam expresses grief
Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav has expressed grief over the death of businessman Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep. In a statement on Sunday , Yadav said the "accident'' was very sad. He also expressed sympathy for the family.