Sikh youth stabbed to death in Delhi in public, found lying on road soaked in blood
Sikh youth stabbed to death in Delhi in public, found lying on road soaked in blood

New Delhi: A case of stabbing a youth to death over a money transaction has come to light in West Delhi's Tilak Nagar area. The incident was carried out by about 8 to 10 people at the beach intersection in public. However, the police have also arrested five accused in the case. At the same time, the police are searching for the other absconding accused.

In fact, a 28-year-old man named Ranjit was stabbed to death in a money transaction in Delhi's Tilak Nagar police station area on April 10. He lived with his family in the Raghubir Nagar area of Tilak Nagar. Ranjit's family consists of his father Sardar Ranbir Singh, a brother, three sisters and others. Police said Sardar Ranbir Singh sells glasses in the New Delhi area, while his son Ranjit worked in a factory. Late on April 10, the family received the news that some boys were beating Ranjit near the house. When the family reached there, Ranjit was lying there in a pool of blood. He was put in auto and taken to a local hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

On the complaint of the victim's family, the police registered a case of murder and started searching for the accused. After which the accused have been arrested. The arrested accused have been identified as Bholu, Golu, Saurabh, Tinku and Sanjay. Bholu, Golu and Saurabh are cousins while the other two are their cousins. During the investigation, police found that Ranjit was stabbed to death by the accused in a money transaction. Police are interrogating the arrested accused and investigating the case and are also searching for other absconding accused.

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