In a bid to resist robbery, a 25-year-old youth dies after being stabbed multiple times in Mandoli, Harsh Vihar area. On Wednesday, Delhi police has arrested 3 accused in connection to the murder case in Mandoli area. Delhi Police said that the accused tried to rob the victim, identified as Salman, 25, and when he resisted, they stabbed him to death.
New Delhi: In a bid to resist robbery, a 25-year-old youth dies after being stabbed multiple times in Mandoli, Harsh Vihar area. On Wednesday, Delhi police has arrested 3 accused in connection to the murder case in Mandoli area. The alleged murderers tried to rob the 25-year-old man named Salman and when he resisted, they knifed him to death and stole his phone along with Rs 500 cash.
According to Delhi Police officials, the victim has been identified as 25-year-old Salman, hails from Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh. The police said that the accused attempted to rob the deceased and when he resisted, they stabbed him multiple times to death and stole his phone and Rs 500 in cash. A minor accused is still absconding. According to sources, one of the accused as been identified as Abhishek Thakur (21), while the names of other two accused has not been revealed yet. Further investigation into the matter is underway.
The accused stopped the victim at an isolated place near the cremation ground, Mandoli, in order to rob him. When he resisted, one of the accused held the victim from behind while Abhishek Thakur stabbed him several times with a knife. They looted the victim’s phone and some cash (about Rs 500) and fled from the spot, leaving the victim on the road.
After committing the murder, the accused took an auto and reached Narela, where they slept at a relative’s house. The accused named Abhishek sold the robbed phone for about Rs 1600 the next day. Notably, the robbed phone has been recovered by the Delhi police. In addition to this, the police has also revovered blood stained knife and clothes.
Delhi Police has registered an FIR in the matter and investigation has been started. Efforts are being made to nab the fourth absconding person, who is a minor.