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Delhi: Stopped by cop for not wearing a mask, advocate opens fire – The Indian Express

A 33-year-old advocate allegedly fired over five rounds from his licensed pistol after a constable stopped him for not wearing a mask inside his car. Police said he, his wife and sister also allegedly misbehaved with two constables.
A senior police officer in the Northeast district said they have registered a case against the advocate for misbehaving with duty officers and firing on the ground. No arrests have been made yet.
Police said the advocate, who works as a welfare officer at the JJ Board in Delhi, was allegedly driving during curfew without a face mask when a beat constable on patrol stopped him at Seemapuri Chowk. The policeman asked him why he was out and objected to him not wearing a mask. A scuffle broke out and another policeman came to the spot.
The advocate then allegedly pulled out his pistol and fired at the ground, said police.
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