Nafe Singh Rathee murder case: The London-based gangster claimed responsibility for Nafe Singh’s murder and said, “This will be the fate of my enemies.”

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Nafe Singh Rathee murder case: The London-based gangster claimed responsibility for Nafe Singh’s murder and said, “This will be the fate of my enemies.”

Nafe Singh Rathee murder case: Important information came to light in the murder case of Haryana Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) president Nafe Singh Rathee on Wednesday. London-based gangster Kapil Sangwan claimed responsibility for Nafe Singh’s murder by posting a video on social media. Sangwan said in the post that it was I who was responsible for Nafe Singh being murdered.

Gangster blames Nafe Singh
The gangster claimed in a video posted on social media that Nafe Singh was friends with gangster Manjeet Mahal. Nafe Singh and Manjeet Mahal’s brother Sanjay were involved in property robbery together. Manjeet Mahal is my enemy and whoever allies with my enemy will face the same consequences. Gangster Sangwan alleged that Nafe Singh Rathi assisted Manjeet Mahal in murdering his brother-in-law and friends. If the police had taken action in the murder of my brother-in-law and my friends, I wouldn’t have had to do this.

FIR has been registered against 15 people
So far, a case has been registered against 15 people in the Nafe Singh Rathi murder case. An FIR was registered in this regard last Monday. This FIR was lodged on the complaint of Rakesh, nephew of Nafe Singh Rathi. BJP MPs Naresh Kaushik, Gaurav Rathi, Ramesh Rathi, Karambir Rathi Kamal and Rahul were named in this case. A case has also been registered against five unknown accused.

The murder occurred last Sunday
Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) state president and former MLA Nafe Singh Rathee was shot dead in Bahadurgarh. A Rathi security personnel was also killed in the attack last Sunday. The miscreants in the car fired around 40 shots at his Fortuner. Initially, suspicion was raised against the Lawrence Vishnoi gang of gangsters in the incident. STF is investigating this matter.

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