Burari murder case: Accused sent to 4-day police custody

| Wednesday, September 21, 2016 - 16:20
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New Delhi: Following the death of a 21-year-old girl who was stabbed nearly 30 times by a stalker in Delhi's Burari area, the accused on Wednesday was sent to 4-day police custody. 

Earlier in the day, Delhi's Commission for Women (DCW) Chief Swati Malliwal and Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra had met the victim's family.
It was learnt through sources that the accused had approached her in the past but the girl had denied. The jilted lover could not able to take the rejection and brutally murdered her.
Speaking on the incident, victim's brother had said, "The man was harassing my sister for a long time. He stays in Rohini. We had registered complaint after which he had calmed down until now."
"His name is Aditya Malik. Six months back we had registered a complaint and the matter was settled, until now," the victim’s brother added.
Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju, while speaking on the issue said, "This is a brutal case, will ask the police commissioner for factual report in the case." 
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