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A video grab shows men brandishing guns in Delhi.
A video of two men brandishing and firing their guns in Shahdara has gone viral on social media following which a case was registered, the Delhi Police said on Sunday.
Police said the incident took place on June 21 when the two men were returning after attending a wedding.
"A video was recorded of the two men where they were seen with guns as they opened fire in Shahdara," said a senior police office.
Police have identified the two accused and teams have been formed to nab them.
Indo-Asian News Service
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