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Nikita Tomar murder: 600-page charge sheet filed in record 11 days

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Nikita Tomar murder: 600-page charge sheet filed in record 11 days

Nikita Tomar murder: 600-page charge sheet filed in record 11 days

Faridabad Police has filed a 600-page charge sheet at a district court in the city in connection with the Ballabgarh murder case in record 11 days.

The Ballabgarh case refers to the murder of 21-year-old Nikita Tomar, who was shot dead by a man on October 25.

"Faridabad Police has filed the charge sheet in the Nikita Tomar murder case in record 11 days.

The 600-page charge sheet has around 60 witnesses.

Faridabad Police has conducted the investigation on scientific grounds in which forensic and digital evidences were collected," said Adarshdeep Singh, ACP, Faridabad.


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