Sudhir Suri, a leader of the Shiv Sena, was killed at a protest in Amritsar.

    Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri was fatally shot on Friday in Amritsar, Punjab, according to the police. Suri and a few other party leaders were protesting outside Gopal Mandir on Majitha Road, one of the busiest streets in the city, when the event occurred, according to them.

    The accused who shot Sudhir Suri has been taken into custody, and the crime-scene weapon has been taken.

    Incident Details

    Suri was shoot more than five times, according to the police, following which he lost consciousness and fall on the ground. They claim that after being bring to a hospital, he passed away from gunshot wounds.

    Sandeep Singh, the accused and a resident of Amritsar’s Sultanwind neighborhood, has been detained, and the crime’s weapon has been recovered, according to the police.

    According to them, the allege suspect is being question to determine the reason for the murder.

    According to them, Suri was on various gangsters’ hit list for a very long time. The government gave him security by attaching about eight Punjab Police officers to him.

    BJP Reaction:

    Ashwani Sharma, the head of the Punjab BJP, responded to the incident by declaring that the state’s law and order situation had entirely collapsed.

    Amarinder Singh Raja Warring, the state president of the Congress, also claimed that the state’s law and order situation was getting worse.

    Amarinder Singh Raja Tweeted following:

    Law and order is deteriorating and going from bad to worse. Also Condemns murderous attack on Shiv Sena leader in Amritsar. Political differences apart, violence is unacceptable. Culprits must be in to the book.

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