As reported by Delhi Police, a man stabbed his neighbour after heating the argument over a 6-year-old boy defecating in public.
New Delhi: Man stabbed his neighbour during an argument over a child defecating in public
New Delhi: The man identified as Dilawar aged 26 has suffered stab injuries. As police said his condition is now stable. The man was stabbed by his neighbour on Monday. Dilawar was stabbed in his chest with a knife over an argument. The argument was related to a 6-year-old boy defecating in public in south-east Delhi. Dilawar has suffered stab injuries. He is now stable. Besides Dilawar, his parents too were also injured as they were trying to end the fight between Dilawar, Shiva and his associates.
The incident happened near Lajpat Nagar; Case has been registered:
The incident happened in Vijay Camp in Jal Vihar area. Jal Vihar Area is near Lajpat Nagar on Monday. Police said that a case has been registered under relevant sections of IPC( Indian Penal Code) for an attempt to murder, punishment to voluntarily causing hurt. Furthermore, the police revealed that efforts are being made to arrest Shiva and his associates.
Efforts are made to arrest Shiva and his associates, says Police:
Kumar Gyanesh as Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police of the southeast. He said,
“We have registered a case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code for murder attempt, punishment for voluntarily causing hurt and acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention on the statement of Rafiq and efforts are being made to arrest Shiva and his associates.”