Following an argument over petty issue, a 29-year-old man was killed by five people on Friday around 10 pm in west Delhi’s Naraina area. Police said that they have nabbed all the accused.
The accused have been identified as Dharmendra Rai (54), his sons Ramanuj (29) and Sachin (22), and Vakil Ahmed (23), all residents of Naraina village.
According to Ghanshyam Bansal, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), West district, a fight broke out at a pan shop near PVR Naraina in which the man, Shiva, a resident of Naraina Village, was killed by five people. “A police control room (PCR) call was received from Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital that a 29-year-old man was admitted with stab injury, who was declared brought dead following which a police team was dispatched for the spot. “During enquiry, it was found that around 9.30 PM on Friday, the deceased came to PVR complex, Naraina with his three friends to eat pan.
At the entry of the complex parking near a pan shop, motorcycle of the deceased touched sales boy of a pan shop owner which led to a quarrel between them. Then, the accused overpowered the deceased and one juvenile stab in his chest,” said the DCP.
A case under IPC sections 302 (murder) and 34 (common intension) has been registered, and five people, including a juvenile, have been apprehended, the DCP said. Rai is owner of pan shop. The argument took place after Shiva’s vehicle hit Ahmed, who works for Rai, they said. The accused disclosed that four persons from Naraina Village came to their shop and one of them on a motorcycle hit Ahmed.