Teen stabbed to death by five juveniles following fight over seat in Delhi Metro

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| Friday, September 18, 2015 - 18:57
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Teen stabbed to death by five in Delhi

Teen stabbed to death by five in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Murder cases in the national over small issues are increasing with each passing day. In yet another shocking incident from Delhi, a 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death by five teenagers following a heated argument over a seat in the Delhi Metro.
 
The incident took place on Thursday at Kingsway Camp area of North Delhi where the deceased, 16-year-old Ishu who studied at Sarvodya School, Kashmere Gate was killed by five other juveniles. 
 
On Thursday, around 1 PM, soon after Ishu along with two of his friends de-boarded the metro at the GTB Nagar station, he was confronted by five juveniles, all aged between 16-17 years. A massive fight started between the two groups following an argument. 
 
According to the reports, the accused juveniles were from a rival school group who held grudge over a fight which had taken place a day earlier related to seat in the metro train.
 
After stabbing the Ishu multiple times, the group fled the area leaving Ishu collapsed and in an unconscious state. 
 
The locals immediately rushed the victim to Bara Hindu Rao Hospital where he succumbed to injuries at midnight.
A case has been registered under (Section 302) (muder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), informed DCP, North Madhur Verma.
 
Police further informed that the weapon that was used for the crime has been recovered.
 
The accused boys were produced before a juvenile board and sent to a reform home, the police said.
 
 

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Teen stabbed

Even for this murder, Kejriwal and his ilk will blame the Lt.Governor of Dehi,BJP and the Prime Minister of India.

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