2 held for murder in Outer Delhi

| | New Delhi

The Delhi Police on Monday claimed to have arrested two persons who brutally killed a person after he refused to give them money to buy alcohol. The incident happened in Outer Delhi’s Baprola area on Saturday. A senior police officer said, “On Saturday, a PCR call was received regarding one person lying dead in a park near Ph-II, Baprola. The deceased was identified as Mujahid Khan alias Bablu resident of  Baprola. It was also revealed that some altercation took place with the deceased.”

Rajender Singh Sagar, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police 1 (Outer) said, “The arrested accused were identified as, Anil Kumar (26) and Sagar (22), both residents of Baprola.”

Police said a tip-off was received about the accused persons who committed the crime and on the basis of information it was revealed that accused persons would visit their house to collect money so that they can leave Delhi.  Subsequently, on Sunday a trap was laid down at the spot and nabbed both the accused persons. Further they disclosed their identities as Anil Kumar and Sagar and confessed the murder of Mujahid committed by them.

“During the interrogation, accused persons disclosed that on Saturday, they all were together and when they wanted money from Mujahid to buy alcohol, he denied. Resultantly, altercation took place between them and both the accused persons thrashed the victim with a heavy stone and murdered him. Furthermore, blood stained clothes that accused persons were wearing during the commission of murder and blood stained heavy stone used in crime were recovered at the instance of accused persons,” said  Sagar.



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