Caught on Cam: Two men stabbed to death in Delhi’s Paschim Vihar after ‘road rage’ incident

Road Rage

Road Rage Incident: In a shocking incident, road rage was reported in the national capital, Delhi. Two men have allegedly stabbed to death in an accomplice road rage incident in outer Delhi’s Paschim Vihar. This incident happened on Monday, said by police.


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Firstly, The two deceased have been identified as Rohit Aggarwal and Ghanshyam. Rohit was 23 years old and Ghanshyam was 20 years old. On the other hand, The entire incident was caught on the CCTV camera installed in the area. One of the culprits, Pradeep Kohli (19) was arrested in the case. Also, He is a resident of camp number 4, Jawalapuri in Delhi. The second accused is said to be a minor.

The Road Rage Incident: According to the Police

According to police, the victims were riding bikes when they collided with the accused’s motorcycle on Monday night. They started an argument, which left the accused chased the victims for about half KM.

The accused later took out the knife and repeatedly stabbed the victims near the Udhyog Vihar Metro station and ran away from the spot.

The Deputy Commissioner said that they received a call about two injured men lying in UV Metro station. Afterward, They were taken to the hospital where they were declared dead.

With the help of technical surveillance, both accused were taken for investigation. It surfaced that road rage led to the double murder, he said. Afterward, The knife and motorcycle used in the crime have been recovered from the accused.

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CCTV Footage:

In a shocking video, the accused is stabbing the victims multiple times with a knife. The CCTV video captured the four men kicking, punching, and slapping each other.

Besides, Aggarwal’s brother-in-law, Anshul Gupta said that they received a call around 4 am about the incident. Rohit and his friend went to attend a marriage. This incident took place when they were returning.

Aggarwal was working at his father’s utensils shop in Nangloi. Ghanshyam used to work as a laborer at a dairy in the same area. The accused Kohli worked at a scrap shop in Bahadurgarh.

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