Punjab shocker! Rice-sheller owner shot dead in broad daylight in Faridkot – Watch CCTV footage

Deepak, 31/07/2017
Punjab shocker! Rice-sheller owner shot dead in broad daylight in Faridkot – Watch CCTV footage

Faridkot: A man was shot dead on Saturday by unidentified assailants outside his rice-sheller unit in Punjab's Faridkot, police said.

The incident, which took place at Jaito-Bajakhana Road at around 3 pm, was caught on the CCTV camera of the mill.

Pappu Kochhar was shot dead when he reached his unit after having lunch, police said.

A case has been registered and a manhunt has been launched to nab the accused.

Watch the video:

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