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Ashutosh Bhardwaj (25) and his younger brother Rahul Bhardwaj (23) were asleep in a room on the first floor when the armed assailants entered the house after scaling the boundary wall.

The assailants entered the room and one of them fired a gunshot on the right side of Ashutosh’s chest while the others attacked both brothers with sharp weapons, leaving them with serious injuries all over their bodies.

Hearing the shrieks of his sons, Krishan Bhardwaj, who was sleeping on the ground floor along with his wife Geeta, rushed to the rescue of his sons, but he, too, was attacked by the armed youths. He sustained injuries on his legs and heel.

Ashutosh’s wife Neeru, who had given birth to a baby girl 10 days ago, was sleeping with her infant and two-year-old daughter on the ground floor.

Hearing the shrieks, some jhuggi-dwellers, residing nearby, rushed to the spot, but by then the assailants managed to flee from the spot by jumping down from the terrace of a neighbouring house.

One of their accomplices, however, was caught by Rahul and his father with the help of the public. They managed to confine the assailant in a washroom. He was later taken by the police into custody.

Talking to Chandigarh Tribune, Dilbagh Bhardwaj, bother of Krishan, said the assailant fired two gunshots. “One bullet pierced through Ashutosh’s chest, while the second was a misfire. While fleeing from the spot, the assailants left behind a sword.

According to eyewitnesses, a woman was allegedly monitoring the killer attack from a distance and telling the assailants in a loud voice to ensure that "no one remains alive in the house".

The injured were taken to the Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, from where doctors referred them to the PGI. After reaching the Emergency, Ashutosh succumbed to his injuries, while Rahul and his father were discharged after treatment.

The body was later handed over to the family after a postmortem examination at the Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, this evening.

A PCR team of the Haryana police was the first to reach the crime spot. Later, Assistant Commissioners of Police Jagtar Singh and Arshdeep Singh also reached the spot and took the assailant, who was caught, in police custody.

The police reportedly recovered a live cartridge and a shell from the room. A sword was found on the terrace of the neighbouring house from where the assailants escaped.

A team of forensic experts also visited the site and collected blood samples and fingerprints.

The police claim to have detained five suspects in the case. A case under Sections 148, 149, 323, 452 and 302 of the IPC and under the Arms Act has been registered at the Mansa Devi Complex police station.

The case was later shifted to the CIA staff of the Panchkula police.

Irate residents hold protest

Angry over the killing, residents of Manav Colony held a protest outside the Mansa Devi Complex police station for over three hours, demanding the arrest of all the accused, who belong to the same colony.

Leaders from various political parties, including Vishal Seth, district president of the BJP, Gian Chand Gupta, senior BJP leader, DK Bansal, Congress MLA from Panchkula, Pradeep Chaudhary, INLD MLA, Kalka, and Manoj Aggarwal, senior INLD leader, visited the police station and expressed solidarity with the grief-stricken family.

Apprehending violence, DCP Ashwin Shenvi, ACPs Jagtar Singh and Arshdeep Singh reached the police station and deployed a heavy police force to avoid any untoward incident.

BJP leader alleges misbehaviour by ACP

ACP Arshdeep Singh allegedly misbehaved with senior BJP leader Gian Chand Gupta while he was accompanying the family members of the victim at the Mansa Devi Complex police station during the protest.

The problem started when the ACP allegedly called the leader "chor". Seth and Gupta met Ajay Singal, Commissioner of Police, Panchkula, and complained against Arshdeep.

BJP gives bandh call for today

Angered over the alleged misbehaviour by a senior police officer with a senior party leader, the BJP has given a call for bandh in the city tomorrow. Ram Vilas Sharma, Haryana in charge of the party, will visit the party office in Panchkula tomorrow to plan the future course of action in this regard.

Enmity between 2 families
Residents said the murder was planned and the reason was enmity between two families. The victims and the assailants were known to each other and their relations had turned sour during the past couple of years. Two cases were registered against members of both families in the past. A case was registered in November 2013 after boys of both families indulged in a scuffle near a water tank. On April 10, the date of polling for the Lok Sabha elections in Panchkula, the boys yet again entered into a scuffle at a polling booth following which a case was registered against both parties.

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