Delhi: Minors shoot shopkeeper, Know why
Delhi: Minors shoot shopkeeper, Know why

New Delhi: A case of the shooting of youth for not giving paratha in the country's capital Delhi has come to light. In fact, a young man was shot dead by some boys who came to a tea shopkeeper in Delhi's Safdarjung Enclave area simply because he refused to give paratha. However, the buzz was that the bullet hit the victim's leg, saving his life.

Meanwhile, Delhi Police has arrested three minor accused in the case and initiated a further investigation into the case. South West Delhi DCP Gaurav Sharma said that 26-year-old Ramkishan was at his tea shop around 4 pm on October 17 when 3 minor boys under the influence of alcohol came there and started asking for paratha. The tea seller said he has not started his kitchen yet, so he cannot give parathas.

All the angry minors got angry and left and started smoking at some distance, so when the tea seller was urinating there, the three boys started abusing him and the matter came to a scuffle. After which the boys called a friend and opened fire on the tea seller. Police are currently interrogating two minor accused.

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