Delhi: Man lynched in car parking dispute at Saket metro station

A 32-year-old man was lynched to death with bricks and stones after an argument with a group of men over car parking at Delhi’s Saket metro station.

Delhi: Man lynched in car parking dispute at Saket metro station

The victim was hit with bricks and stones. (photo: representative)

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  • A man was lynched to death with bricks and stones over a car parking dispute at Delhi’s Saket metro station.
  • Police has arrested one accused in the case
  • Raids have been started to find other accused.

A 32-year-old man was lynched to death with bricks and stones after an argument with a group of men over car parking at Delhi’s Saket metro station.

On July 16, at around 2.53 pm, the police received information that a person was lying in a pool of blood near the gate number 2 of Saket metro station, after which a team reached the spot and the victim was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital. However, on the next day (17 July), he succumbed to his injuries during treatment. Later the deceased was identified as Rohit.

During investigation, Rohit’s friend Rahul told the Delhi Police that on the night of July 16, Rohit was in a car with three of his friends and wanted to park the vehicle near Saket metro station, where five-six boys were already present. . When Rohit blew the horn to park the car, there was an altercation between the two groups. Within no time the matter escalated and the accused attacked Rohit and his friends with bricks and stones, injuring Rohit seriously.

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A case has been registered in the matter and investigation has been started. the police scanned More than 100 CCTV cameras around the spot. Subsequently, an accused named Priyanshu was arrested.

Police have started raids in search of other accused.

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