28-yr-old man held for killing transgender in Gurugram

During interrogation, Surender confessed that he killed a transgender named Rajni at Gurugram, Haryana on November 28.

28-yr-old man held for killing transgender in Gurugram
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New Delhi: A 28-year-old man was arrested here for allegedly killing a transgender in Gurugram following a brawl over collection of money, police said Saturday.

The accused, Surender alias Pinda, was arrested on Friday night by a police team during night checking and a country-made pistol and three live cartridges were seized from him, they added.

During night checking at the Rohtak Road under Surajmal Stadium Metro Station in Nangloi, a person was seen driving towards Peeragarhi on a motorcycle.

He tried to run away on seeing the police barricades but was eventually nabbed, police said.

During interrogation, Surender confessed that he killed a transgender named Rajni at Gurugram, Haryana on November 28.

Surrender had allegedly shot at Rajni following a brawl over collection of money among two groups at toll plaza, Manesar, police said. 

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