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Delhi man killed with poisonous injection: Accused stole drug from hospital to eliminate lover’s husband

New Delhi: The man who allegedly plotted the murder of his ex-lover’s husband using poisonous injection in north Delhi’s Sadar Bazar area, had stolen the drug from a renowned government hospital, police said Tuesday.

Anish Yadav (30), a gym trainer, had hatched plan to kill Ravi Kumar, who was married to the woman the former was in relationship with.

Yadav contacted Prem who allegedly agreed to kill Ravi by giving the poisonous injection. Yadav allegedly paid Prem Rs 1.5 lakh for it.

During interrogation, Prem said he had stolen the drug from a renowned government hospital a few days back, police said, adding they are verifying his claims and will contact the hospital concerned.

Police have found CCTV footage from a medical shop wherein Prem could be seen buying and trying out mask hide his identity.

Prem was caught while he had administered the drug to Ravi, who succumbed during treatment.

Police said Yadav was also involved in an alleged case of gang-rape in 2010 in southwest Delhi’s Dwarka area and is currently out on bail.