According to New Delhi TV, on October 26, local time, a 21-year-old female college student in Haryana, India, was suddenly abducted by a man on her way to school. She was shot and killed at close range when she was struggling to save herself.
According to reports, the woman is named Nikita, a student in the graduating class of a local university. When the incident happened, he was on his way to the school to take the exam. The video showed that a man got out of the car with his face covered and tried to push Nikita into his car, but Nikita refused, and the two had a dispute. The man shot Nikita down.
Later, another man with dark short sleeves dragged the gunman away, and the two hurried away in a car. According to reports, Nikita died after being sent to hospital. According to reports, the gunman knew Nikita and kidnapped her in 2018. At the time of the crime, the gunman and another man were obviously in the car waiting for Nikita’s arrival.
In addition, Nikita’s younger brother claimed that the gunman had long harassed his sister and held a grudge against her. Nikita’s father also filed a complaint about the harassment by the gunman, but withdrew the complaint in order to protect his daughter’s reputation. According to reports, the gunman and another man with dark short sleeves have been arrested and the case is under further investigation.