New Delhi: Days after Tillu Tajpuria was killed inside Tihar Jail by his rival gang members, another CCTV visual showing the gangster being stabbed in the presence of Tihar Central Jail officials has emerged on Friday. This is the second CCTV visual of the gruesome massacre, showing fellow inmates continuing to stab Tajpuria, the main accused in the Rohini Court shootout, in front of uniformed personnel who did not intervene.
The CCTV video, which is from 6:15 am on May 2 and was obtained from the Central Gallery of Tihar Jail, shows some men bringing out the body of gangster Tillu Tajpuria. Visuals later show two other men slashing and slashing the body with a knife in the presence of police personnel.
#Watch , Delhi | Another CCTV video has emerged from the Central Gallery of Tihar Jail in which some people can be seen carrying out the body of gangster Tillu Tajpuria. Visuals later show two other men slashing and slashing the body with a knife in the presence of police personnel. pic.twitter.com/FyE09M95C7– ANI (@ANI) May 5, 2023
In the footage, police personnel can be seen standing near Tillu Tajpuria lying on the floor and three men can be seen striking the gangster with weapons made from the grill of the lockup.
The first CCTV footage shows Tajpuria being brutally stabbed
The first set of CCTV footage surfaced on Thursday showing the gruesome murder of gangster Tillu Tajpuria, allegedly by members of the rival Jitendra Gogi gang, inside the high-security Tihar Jail.
The 2.36-minute-long video showed the assailants barging into an isolated area inside the prison and using knives, kicks and punches in a brutal attack aimed at ensuring Tajpuria’s death.
The disturbing footage has raised significant concerns about the level of security within Tihar and the apparent lack of action from the authorities to quell the violence. According to reports, Tajpuria was attacked more than 50 times by the assailants.
Who is behind the murder of Tillu Tajpuria?
Tajpuria (33), a resident of Tajpur Kalan on the outskirts of Delhi, is lodged in Tihar Jail amid tight security. Gangster Satinder Singh Brar, also known as Goldie Brar, who is believed to be hiding in Canada, has claimed responsibility for the attack on Tajpuria citing vendetta, according to an unverified social media post. According.
During interrogation, it emerged that rival gang members Deepak Teetar, Yogesh alias Tunda, Rajesh and Riyaz Khan cut the iron grill on the first floor of the ward with a saw at around 6:15 am. Another undertrial Rohit was also injured in the attack.
The jail staff disclosed that Deepak alias Teetar (31), Yogesh alias Ganda (30), Rajesh alias Tunda (42) and Riyaz Khan (39) had attacked Tajpuria with sharp knives. When Rohit tried to intervene, he too was attacked. and were injured,” said Akshat Kaushal, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (West).
According to jail officials, Tillu Tajpuria was immediately taken to Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in Delhi, where he was declared brought dead.
transfer to case special cell
Meanwhile, the case has now been transferred to a special cell for investigation. A case was registered at Hari Nagar police station under sections 302 and 307 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). According to a jail official, the accused were lodged on the first floor of the same ward and used iron rods to attack Tajpuria.
rohini court shootout
Delhi resident Sunil Balyan alias Tillu Tajpuria, the head of the infamous Tillu gang, was arrested in 2016 for multiple crimes and has been in jail ever since. Tajpuria was the prime accused in the Rohini court shootout case in September 2021, in which his friend-turned-gangster Jitendra Mann alias Gogi was killed.
The shooter, an alleged aide of Tajpuria, had dressed as a lawyer and shot Gogoi dead inside a courtroom at Rohini court. Both the gunmen were gunned down instantly by the police team.
Tajpuria and his gang’s rivalry with another gang led by notorious gangster Jitendra Gogi dates back to 2009 when the pair were friends but supported different candidates in elections to Swami Shraddhanand College in outer Delhi.