Two arrested for killing youth in northwest Delhi
Two people have been arrested on the charge of murdering a youth in North-West DelhiAccording to, the police gave this information on Saturday.
The accused have been identified as Vicky (18) resident of JJ Colony, Bawana and Praveen (22) resident of Metro Vihar. They said that Vicky works as a waiter in wedding functions, while Praveen works in a gas power plant in Bawana.
He said that two other accused Vishnu Gupta and Chandan are absconding.
The information was received at around 8:30 pm on Tuesday night Maharishi Valmiki A youth brought to the hospital with stab wounds died, police said.
He said that the victim suffered several injuries on his neck, chest and leg.
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The victim was later identified as Karan, a resident of JJ Colony, Bawana, who worked in a cosmetics factory at Sector 4, DSIIDC Bawana, they said.
The footage of the CCTV cameras installed in the area revealed that Karan’s factory foreman told him that someone had called him, after which the victim was seen leaving the factory. Deputy Commissioner of Police (External North) Ravi Kumar Singh said that after a few minutes there was chaos as Karan was stabbed.
During the investigation, it was found that Vishnu, Praveen and Vicky were involved in this incident. DCP said that Praveen and Vicky have been arrested, while Vishnu is absconding.
Vishnu is a resident of JJ Colony Bawana. Chandan, a resident of Mukandpur, sheltered the other accused. Police said that both of them are absconding.
About 10 days ago, Karan had beaten Vishnu and his friends along with Vicky. Later Vishnu along with Vicky and Praveen decided to kill Karan.
On Tuesday, Vishnu, Praveen and Vicky came to the factory where Karan worked. They said that after Karan went out, Praveen and Vishnu attacked him several times with knives.
After this, the three fled towards Mukandpur on a motorcycle. Vishnu calls Chandan, who takes the three accused home. Later, Vicky and Praveen returned to their respective homes, police said.
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