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lot Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Sanjeev Kumar Yadav is informed that his team have cornered 5 university students in L-18, Batla House, who might have been involved in the 13 September 2008 Delhi bombings, the responsibility for which was claimed by the terrorist organisation "Indian Mujahideen" (IM). Sanjeev orders not to engage until he arrives, but a relentless inspector, Mohan Chand Sharma, proceeds with some officers. Sanjeev arrives and, upon hearing the gunshots, decides to engage. The building is cleared, and Mohan Chand is found shot down. Sanjeev enters the room, and there's more shooting, as a result of which two students, Adil Ameen & Sadiq, end up dead, and Tufail is arrested alive. Dilshad and Javed escape when Sanjeev now starts facing the heat from media and politicians, who start billing the encounter as a fake one. They're joined by the whole nation in condemning the Delhi Police, and everyone starts demanding justice for the students who were supposedly killed to account for the bombings. Sanjeev's wife, Shobhna Yadav, a news anchor, is however unwilling to accept this and decides to stay with Sanjeev, who soon becomes diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, frequently hallucinating about getting shot by the terrorists. Shobhna somehow stops him whenever he becomes suicidal. Sanjeev now starts looking for the missing Dilshad and Javed, and finds one of them to be hiding in Nizampur. He is informed by his senior that he would be awarded for the encounter and that he must celebrate. Realizing he's not been told where to celebrate, he heads to Nizamp