Playing slapping game took life of 17-year-old boy, father filed FIR against his friends
Playing slapping game took life of 17-year-old boy, father filed FIR against his friends

Ghaziabad: Sometimes such incidents come to the fore which blows the senses. The matter which has come to light recently is surprising. This case has come to light from the Vijay Nagar area of ​​NCR city Ghaziabad, adjacent to Delhi. In fact, a boy lost his life while playing here. According to the information received in this case, a 17-year-old boy named Keshav died while playing the slapping game. It is being told that in this case, Keshav's father has registered a case against his three friends.

In this case, the police have started questioning a child in custody. In fact, talking about this whole matter, at some distance from the house, Keshav and his friends were playing a game of slapping each other by putting sacks on each other. At the same time, a slap of Keshav hit his friend Vishu's eye and after some time when Keshav's turn came, he playfully grabbed Keshav's throat and punched him to take revenge. Keshav fainted after being punched. Meanwhile, the friends panicked, and Keshav died in no time. In this case, when the police questioned Vishu about the incident, he said, "He is my friend. How can I kill him? We were playing."

This whole incident is being told of Krishnanagar Babu 20 Foota Road in the Vijayanagar area of ​​Ghaziabad. In this case, the police officer says that 17-year-old Keshav used to work in a mart. Last Tuesday night around 8:30 pm, he was playing with friends near the boundary wall of the locality. In this case, the father of the deceased has filed a case of murder against three including Vishu. Taking Vishu into custody, he is being interrogated and the body has been sent for postmortem.

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