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Vipanpal Multani,Karamjit Multani Obituary, 3 shot and killed in Queens and Bronx shootings over the weekend

Vipanpal Multani,Karamjit Multani Obituary – Over the weekend, three individuals from New York City lost their lives due to gun violence. Among them were two brothers who were involved in a tragic murder-suicide incident in Queens.

The incident occurred at around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday when the NYPD received a 911 call reporting the incident at a residence on 111th Street and 95th Avenue in Richmond Hill. Upon arrival, law enforcement discovered 27-year-old Vipanpal Multani unconscious and suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Additionally, his 52-year-old mother was found with a gunshot wound to her torso.

Emergency medical personnel arrived at the scene, and during their response, officers located 33-year-old Karamjit Multani approximately one block away. He had sustained a gunshot wound to his head and was found with a firearm next to his body. The New York Police Department determined that Karamjit had shot his brother, Vipanpal, and their mother before taking his own life nearby.

Tragically, both brothers were pronounced dead at the scene. The mother, whose identity has not been disclosed by officials, was transported to Jamaica Hospital and is currently in stable condition.

Authorities have stated that the motive behind the killings was a verbal dispute, although the exact cause of the argument remains unclear. It is unknown at this time whether the police had previously responded to any domestic issues at the family’s residence.

In a separate incident, on Sunday around 5:30 p.m., a man in his 30s was shot in the head and chest in the Morris Park neighborhood of the Bronx, near Sacket Avenue and Williamsbridge Road. The NYPD is still investigating the case and has limited information available. The identity of the victim has not been released, and the search for potential suspects is ongoing.

These incidents of gun violence in Queens and the Bronx are part of a concerning trend of increased shootings during the summer months, as observed by criminology experts. Christopher Herrmann, an associate professor at CUNY’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice, who specializes in studying gun violence, has noted that New York City typically experiences a 30% rise in shootings during this time of year. It is crucial for law enforcement and community leaders to address this issue and work towards ensuring the safety and well-being of all residents during this challenging period.

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