New Delhi: Man Mistakes Bystander For Rival of Brother, Ends Being Stabbed

New Delhi, June 1: In a shocking incident, a man in a quarrel involving his brother mistook a guilty bystander and began to beat him. After that the bystander turned around and stabbed the man to death, news agency ANI reported. This incident occurred in Prem Nagar, Delhi.

A group of assailants in North-west Delhi’s Netaji Subhash Place allegedly stabbed a man to death on May 27. A group of men with their faces covered with swords and sticks arrived at JJ Colony, Shakarpur, attacking Rakesh after chasing him down, then damaging seven to eight motorcycles parked in the area and fleeing.

Rakesh has been taken to a hospital where he has been pronounced dead, they said, adding the motive behind the incident was not yet clear.

Earlier, a woman had slit the throat of her own son under a Godman ‘s influence. The 29-year-old woman slit the throat of her 8-month-old baby, before multiple stabbing. Her husband had found her in a pool of blood. Her baby was lying with his throat slit just at her side. Her family members claim to have even attempted to kill her other son earlier.

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