‘AAP’ councilor killed by entering gym, Punjab again shaken after Sidhu Moosewala murder

Punjab’s famous Sidhu Moosewala murder has just passed two months that Punjab has been shaken by another sensational murder. This time the murder of Aam Aadmi Party councilor Mohammad Akbar has come to light in Malerkotla district of Punjab. The incident took place when Mohammad Akbar was in the gym and in the early hours of Monday, two unidentified assailants entered the gym and stabbed the councilor with bullets. The bike riders fled from the spot after the incident.

The attackers entered the gym, shot from close range

Actually, this incident has come to light from Malerkotla district of Punjab. According to PTI, Aam Aadmi Party Municipal Councilor Mohammad Akbar was murdered by two unidentified assailants when he was in the gym. Malerkotla Senior Superintendent of Police Avneet Kaur Sidhu said a man entered the gym and shot Akbar. He told that Mohammad Akbar was shot from close range.

Entire incident caught on CCTV camera

After the incident, the police admitted Akbar to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. According to the report, this entire incident has been captured in the CCTV camera installed there. On the basis of the CCTV footage, the police has started searching for the attackers. The police have also told that so far it seems to be a case of personal enmity. Presently the matter is being investigated. A case has been registered in this regard.

Two years ago, Akbar’s brother was also killed in the same way.

At the same time, in one of its reports, The Tribune told that about two years ago Mohammad Akbar’s brother Mohammad Anwar was also killed by the attackers. Later the accused were apprehended. It was reported in the report that Noor Mohammad, a relative of Akbar, has demanded a high-level inquiry into the incident. He said that Akbar had no personal enmity with anyone.

MLA said attackers will be behind bars

In this case, Aam Aadmi Party MLA from Malerkotla Mohammad Jameel ur Rehman said that Akbar was a councilor of his party. According to the report, he alleged that gangsters created by political parties are becoming a problem for law and order. Rehman said that the accused would be put behind the bars.

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