New Delhi: A few days after the bloody gang war in Dwarka, another incident was caught on camera where criminals can be seen chasing and then shooting a man in North West Delhi’s Mahindra Park’s Jahangirpuri. The police has however denied that it has any links with any gangwar.The incident was captured in CCTV footage which showed six men chasing a man and firing indiscriminately. The shocking video shows the victim running to save his life and entering his house while a woman and a kid also are seen taking cover for safety. Also Read – Cylinder blast kills mother and daughter in Karawal NagarThe victim managed to enter a house but the criminals did not stop there and multiple rounds of bullets were fired on the house. The criminals were unaffected by the presence of locals in the narrow lane, including women and children, and kept on firing relentlessly to kill their target. It was also seen that the people did try to offer some resistance and dropped bricks from the buildings but the criminals scared them away by firing in the air. Also Read – Two persons arrested for killing manager of Muthoot Finance”The bullet grazed the victim and we have registered a case under section 326 of IPC (causing grievous hurt) and are looking for the accused. It is not a gang war rather this seems to be an ongoing enimity between the victim and the attackers. We have identified the accused and have frmed teams to arrest them,” said DCP North West Vijayanta Arya. The man who was shot at, has been identified as Naresh. He was shot at by six gangsters inside his house in Mahendra Park area of Jahangirpuri.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Mr Carter, a member of Breckland Council in Norfolk, made the remarks after being challenged at a hunt meet in North Yorks. Police confirmed they are investigating the incident. Mr Carter, who has not commented, was last night suspended from the Breckland council Conservative group.The footage, filmed on Jan 23, shows a woman confronting Mr Carter while he is on horseback. She says: “Hunting is banned and I have seen video chasing a fox along there.” Mr Carter, who has represented Saham Toney in Norfolk since 2011 but now lives in Yorkshire, then takes his own mobile phone out, prompting the irate woman to retort: “What, you want to take a picture of me?”He responds: “I’d quite like to s—- you actually.” The Tory councillor appears to try and silence claims he was illegally hunting a foxCredit:SWNS.com A Tory councillor on horseback was caught on film appearing to tell a female anti-hunt activist: “I’d quite like to s—- you.”Charles Carter, 33, master of the Middleton hunt in North Yorkshire, tells the woman that she is “very pretty” before requesting her number and asking: “Can I take you to bed please?” Charles Carter on horseback with houndsCredit: Ian Burt/Archant Cllr Carter resigned on Wednesday night.Breckland Council said: “Cllr Charles Carter is to step down with immediate effect from his role as a Breckland Councillor for Saham Toney ward.”Earlier today he was suspended from the Conservative Group at Breckland”His resignation was this evening received and accepted by the Leader of Breckland Council, William Nunn.”