Nagpur: Two feuding gangs fought a bloody war with other in Pandhrabodi area of the city on Friday night. Arms such as swords, knives and other lethal weapons were freely used in the gang-war. More than half-a-dozen warring members of the gangs were reportedly injured. Cops have registered offences against both the gangs. However, no arrests have been made in this connection so far. The bloody brawl was outcome of old rivalry.
According to police, the trouble started when one of the members of a gang Sanjay Kandai Banode alias Bhurya alias Badshah (36) was attacked by rival gang members in front of Prashant Ingole in Pandharabodi area around 10.45 pm on Friday. The accused Sevak Masram, Rakesh Mahadeo Ramteke alias Baddi, Amit alias Gamya Thosar, Satish Channe, Roshan Shendre, Naresh Masram alias Goltya, Dheeraj Boborde and their other accomplices attacked Sanjay with swords and other arms with the intention to kill him. Sanjay received injuries on his head and chest. Based on a complaint lodged by Sanjay, Ambazari PSI Kakuse registered offences against the accused under Sections 307, 324, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149 of IPC and started a probe.
In the meanwhile, one of the accused Rakesh Ramteke filed a counter complaint against the rival gang members and told police that he was attacked by accused Rohit Chavan, Sanjay Banode alias Bhurya alias Badshah, Ashish Dongre, Dinesh Ingole, Chandu Manerao, Akshay Battulwar, Bhushan Chotilwal and their other accomplices. Rakesh told police that he was attacked around 10.45 pm on the same day in front of Prashant Ingole, behind Bouddha Vihar, Pandharabodi. The accused attackers used swords, knives and other arms and inflicted wounds on Rakesh’s head, hands and chest in order to eliminate him. Acting on the complaint of Rakesh Ramteke, PSI Kakuse this time booked the rival accused under Sections 307, 324, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149 of IPC and probing the matter further.
It is reported that at least six members of both gangs were injured. No arrests have been made in this connection so far.