BJP leader kills himself by shooting in South Delhi.

Banka served as the party's Mahamantri

NEW DELHI: Karan Banka, a 25-year-old Delhi BJP leader, shot himself dead at a residence in south Delhi's Greater Kailash neighborhood on Saturday, an official said.


Banka served as the party's Mahamantri in the Delhi state chapter of the Bharatiya Janata Party Yuva Morcha (BJYM), which he was affiliated with.


A top Delhi Police official claims that the police learned late on Friday that Banka, who lived in the Greater Kailash neighborhood, had fallen in the bathroom, had a head injury, and had been taken to Max Hospital in Saket.


When they arrived at the hospital, it was discovered that Karan Banka had been shot. The Greater Kailash Station House Officer and employees. Chandan Chowdhary, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South), revealed that the man shot himself in his bathroom.


She claimed that the dead Banka had an exit wound on his left side and an entering wound on his right temple. "Karan kept a personal PSO. The firearm is authorized and belonged to PSO Dinesh, she claimed.


According to the authorities, a preliminary investigation showed that Banka was now in need of money and was inviting his contacts to invest with him. The official further stated that "appropriate legal action is being taken."


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