A private bank employee was shot dead by unidentified persons on 15 October in Zirakpur.
The victim, identified as Aditya, sustained bullet injuries in the neck and is undergoing treatment at a government hospital in Chandigarh.
He was found in his car, which rammed into a flyover pole.
The native police have registered a case on the criticism of the victim’s brother.
According to the police, Aditya worked in a private bank in Rajpura and lived in a rented house in Aero City.
Mohit Chaudhary, brother of complainant Aditya, told the police that his brother was shot near the vegetable market in Zirakpur.
An officer said that Aditya had returned to a former colleague on the night of the incident.
On interrogation, he told the police that they were going to meet at Kala Gram in Chandigarh, but later, he got a call from Aditya, who said he had been shot.
“After receiving the call, she visited to see him and located him lying wounded in his automobile, which hit the flyover,” the officer same.
He said Aditya may have tried to escape after the assailants shot him and rammed his car into a flyover pillar.
The police have registered a case below section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian legal code (IPC) and relevant sections of the Arms Act.