Shopkeeper kills 16-year-old for damaging eggs in Delhi | Delhi News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: A 16-year-old boy was stabbed to demise by his neighbour for allegedly dropping a brick on a crate of eggs stored outdoors the latter’s store in Sangam Vihar.
Police stated the 22-year-old accused first took up the matter with {the teenager}’s dad and mom who agreed to compensate him for the loss. Regardless of this, the person returned with a knife and allegedly stabbed {the teenager} a number of instances.
The incident came about round 9am on Wednesday when {the teenager} was stacking bricks beside the accused’s store. A brick fell on the crate of eggs damaging a few of them.
The accused, Farooq, hurled abuses on the teenager and obtained right into a struggle. Farooq returned with a knife later at night time, dragged {the teenager} out of his home and stabbed him a number of instances. He then fled leaving {the teenager} bleeding on the highway.
The sufferer was rushed to Majidia hospital by neighbours the place he was declared useless on arrival. Police had been knowledgeable concerning the incident by the hospital authorities and a case of homicide was registered.
The accused was tracked down at a bus cease close to MB Highway late at night time and arrested. The knife was additionally recovered from him.
Whereas being questioned, Farooq claimed that he was offended with {the teenager} who first brought about injury to his wares after which began blaming him for leaving the egg crates outdoors his store.
{The teenager} used to remain within the colony alongside along with his dad and mom and sisters. The bricks had been stored for a building work, which was occurring at his home.


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