Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Lecturer shot dead in college

Lecturer shot dead in college

The accused was angry as the lecturer had rebuked him following a female student's complaint, they added.

Police sources said the victim, Malik, aged between 35 to 50 years, was sitting in one of the rooms when the accused student, whose identity is yet to be ascertained, walked in, fired four shots at him and fled. Police are investigating the case.

The superintendent of police (Sonipat) Satendra Kumar Gupta has said that the accused has been identified but they can not reveal the student's identity. However, the exact details behind the incident will come to the fore after a post-mortem of the body. Preliminary investigations suggest that the assailant had some personal animosity with his teacher for the past few days. "The accused looked like a student, but we can't confirm if he was from this college". "Further investigations were yet on". The incident took place in the government-run Shaheed Dalbir Singh College in Pipli village, Tuesday morning.

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"Today's incident took place at about 11 am".

Haryana student shoots his teacher dead in classroom. The assailant fled away soon after. The lecturer Rajesh is survived by his parents, wife and two children.

It may be recalled that a class 12 student allegedly killed his school principal by firing four shots with a.32 bore gun in Haryana's Yamunanagar.

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