Man stabbed to death by relative in Delhi’s Sangam Vihar


A 34-year-old man was allegedly stabbed to death by his relative following a scuffle after a birthday party in south Delhi’s Sangam Vihar area, police said on Wednesday.
Police said they received a PCR call at 10.18 pm on Tuesday that two people had attacked each other at E-block in Sangam Vihar. Sunil was rushed to Mazidia Hospital in Hamdard Nagar, where he succumbed to injuries, they said.
According to the police, Sunil and his four brothers live in Ratiya Marg’s gali number 6, and they used to work at a water tank godown. The accused also works at the same godown as a security guard.
On Tuesday, Sunil’s brother-in-law, Dilip Kumar, invited his relatives to his son’s birthday party. After having dinner, everybody went back to their houses except the victim’s brother, Ram Kishore, a senior police officer said, adding Pramod was also present at the party. An argument broke out between Pramod and Kishore, following which Kishore went back to his house and called his brothers, including Sunil.
Pramod and Sunil engaged in a scuffle outside the godown, and, in a fit of rage, the accused stabbed the victim with a kitchen knife, the officer said.