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Japanese Embassy officials demand security for Mitsuba company’s staff

Gurgaon | Officials of the Japanese Embassy today urged the Gurgaon Police to provide security to the employees of Mitsuba company, days after its Human Resources (HR) manager was shot at by two bike-borne assailants.

The Japanese Embassy officials made the demand at a meeting with Gurgaon Police Commissioner Sandeep Khirwar and his deputy Vinay Pratap Singh.

HR manager Dinesh Kumar was shot at by two bike-borne men on June 7. One of the attackers was a former employee of the company who was sacked by Kumar, according to the police.

We have already arrested two persons in this connection. We have also provided security to the victim’s family, said Ravinder Kumar, PRO of the Gurgaon Police.

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