WATCH: Man escapes after opening fire outside Haryana nightclub; two injured

Based on the footage from CCTV and witness statements, the police informed that at around 4.25 am, Mohit fired at the leg of an unidentified victim and then fled from the spot.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Tuesday, July 05, 2022, 03:08 PM IST
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Two people were shot and injured, a man and a bouncer of the club in the wee hours of Sunday (July 3) after a man unintentionally fired two bullets outside Coco Cafe Lounge in sector 11 of Panchkula city, Harayana.

The accused has been identified as Mohit from Ludhiana. He was accompanied by three people, including a woman, during the time of the incident, according to the police.

Based on the footage from CCTV and witness statements, the police informed that at around 4.25 am, Mohit fired at the leg of an unidentified victim and then fled from the spot. He later fired at the bouncer when he was being stopped from entering the club.

Case registered:

The Haryana Sector 5 Police have registered two cases, an attempt to murder case against the shooter and the other against the owner for keeping the premises open beyond the permissible time limit of 1 am under section 188 of IPC (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant).

The FIR was lodged based on the complaint of the injured bouncer, Naresh Sharma, said the police.

The accused is yet to be caught.

"We've registered a case against accused & another against cafe for keeping it open till so late, ANI quoted PS sector 5 in charge, Sukhbir Singh, as saying.

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