Fatal Quarrel: Minor's Water Dispute Leads To Deadly Stabbing In Delhi's Shahdara

According to police officials, the deceased underwent a post-mortem examination on April 13, and the results are pending. The accused will be presented before the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB). The investigation into the incident is ongoing

In a surprising turn of events, a 15-year-old girl was apprehended by Delhi police following an alleged stabbing during a water dispute scuffle in Shahdara’s Farsh Bazar. Police have identified the victim as Soni (35).

Sharing details, Delhi police said, “A PCR call was received from PS Farsh Bazar regarding a woman being stabbed. The complainant said that his wife had been stabbed and was lying unconscious on the floor.”
“When the cops arrived, they found a woman on the floor, with cuts on her hand and stomach. She was immediately taken to a nearby hospital, where doctors declared her dead, the police added.
“The incident took place after Soni and her husband Satbir had a fight with their neighbours over the filling of water from a common water tap. During the fight, Soni reportedly twisted the hand of their neighbour’s 15-year-old girl. The girl was taken to the hospital for treatment,” the police further said.

According to police officials, the deceased underwent a post-mortem examination on April 13, and the results are pending. The accused will be presented before the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB). The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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