Mobs kills Delhi man in Nangloi following road rage argument; 3 detained

Delhi Police on Wednesday detained 3 persons for allegedly stabbing a man in Nangloi, the West district area of the national capital. As per the victim’s family the incident took place as an aftermath of a road rage that occurred on Tuesday evening.

The deceased has been identified as 25-year-old, Sahil Malik, who was allegedly thrashed by a group of men. In an earlier conversation with ANI, the uncle of the youngster, Khaleel Mlik said that Vishal, Sahil’s elder brother was returning from his gym when his bike “touched” a standing minibus near the Nangloi metro station.

Following it two parties got involved in an argument after which the alleged people thrashed him. “Vishal was returning from his gym at Najafgarh road when his bike touched a standing minibus near Nangloi metro station. Following the series of events, Vishal and that group of men indulged in an argument and the latter thrashed him,” Khaleel said.

Furthermore, he alleged that the police also did not help Vishal when he approached them to get his vehicle from the spot at the police station. “The police denied to accompany Vishal to get his bike from the spot and asked him to go himself. It was at this time, Vishal called his younger brother Sahil and asked him to pick up the bike from the spot and come to the police station. When Sahil reached the spot with his friend Danish the men attacked him with a knife,” the deceased uncle Khaleel alleged.

Meanwhile, one of Sahil’s friend, who is the eyewitness in the case, said that,”we both had gone to pick up Vishal’s bike when several men came out suddenly and stabbed Sahil to death as we both were taking pictures of the bike.”

“We reached there via rickshaw when suddenly eight to ten men came and stabbed Sahil at the time when we were taking pictures of the bike. I tried to save him, but failed,” Danish added.

The investigators have taken up the matter and detained 3 persons in connection with the case. The search for other individuals involved in murder is underway.

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