Teenager shot dead in Noida while trying to stop fight – World News Network


Gautam Buddha Nagar (Uttar Pradesh) [India], May 10 (ANI): A 16-year-old boy died in Noida Sector 62 on Wednesday after he was allegedly shot at by a man.
According to Noida Police, the deceased was identified as Tavis Yadav.
Police said Tavis was shot when he tried to stop a brawl between his maternal uncle and the accused. He was taken to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
“Today at around 5 am, a boy named Tavis Yadav, age 16, resident of Gautam Buddha Nagar died during treatment due to bullet injury in the chest in Sector 62 Noida Fortis Hospital,” said police.
The body was sent for postmortem. Police started an investigation.
The accused Dharmendra is absconding and efforts were underway to arrest him. (ANI)

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