When the gate of a person's car did not open in a parking lot in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, he started an argument with the owner of another car parked in front of him. Seeing this debate soon turned into a fight.
Ghaziabad: A 35-year-old youth Varun was killed with a brick on Tuesday night in a parking dispute in front of the Dhaba in Ghaziabad. This incident took place in Bhupra area of Tila Mor. Varun was a resident of Jawali village. Her father is a retired police officer of Delhi Police. On the death of the young man, the family members have created a ruckus outside the police station demanding justice.
Some youths had gone to eat at the dhaba in Bhupra area. After having dinner, they started coming out. They started taking out the car, but Varun’s car was parked in such a way that the gate of his car was not opening. A dispute started between them on this matter. Soon the quarrel turned into a fight. The other side attacked Varun with a brick. Varun’s injury was so deep that he died before reaching the hospital. The family members created a ruckus at the police station after the incident. A huge crowd gathered after which the force was called from the nearby police stations.
थाना क्षेत्र टीलामोड में दो पक्षों में हुई मारपीट में घायल एक व्यक्ति को उपचार हेतु अस्पताल ले जाते हुए मृत्यु की घटना पर अभियोग पंजीकृत कर घटना के अनावरण/अभियुक्तों की गिरफ्तारी हेतु 05 टीमें गठित की गई हैं। बाइट एसपी सिटी 2@Uppolice pic.twitter.com/Wlf77THAgj
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The statement of the police has come out regarding this incident, in which it has been said that there was a fight between two parties in Tilamod police station area, in which one person who was injured died during treatment. Police have registered a case in the matter and five teams have been formed to arrest the accused. SP City said, “There was a fight between the two parties in front of Hopes Kitchen on Loni Road at 9 pm on October 25. A person named Varun from one side was injured by bricking the other side. Varun died on the way to the hospital. Varun was a resident of Jawali village. After receiving the tahrir of the relatives, a case has been registered under the appropriate section. Five teams have been formed. The matter will be revealed soon.”