Two men were killed and another was injured during a fight in Outer Delhi’s Bhalswa Dairy area. According to the Delhi Police, the fight between the two groups on Saturday was over talking to a girl. No arrests have been made in the case.
As per the police, the first call about the incident was made at around 9.45 pm on Saturday. The police rushed to Samta Vihar and found a man’s body lying near a drain. The man was identified as Himanshu, 21.
The police said they also found two other injured men lying nearby. All of them were taken to BJRM Hospital.
Ravi Kr Singh, DCP (Outernorth), said, “The investigating officer reached the hospital where it was found that one of the injured, Azad, 18, also succumbed to the injuries. His elder brother, Virender, 21 was also injured and admitted for treatment”.
Virender later told the police Azad had fought with a boy named Hemu on Friday night. According to the police, Hemu along with his two to three friends attacked Azad. When Virender tried to intervene, he was stabbed with a knife. Azad was also stabbed multiple times.
A case was registered based on the statement of Virender and the police sent a team to look for Hemu and his associates. During the investigation, it was found that Azad and Hemu often fought over a girl.
“On Friday, Azad fought with Hemu and also took his mobile phone. Hemu then planned to take revenge. He called his brother Himanshu and friends to attack Azad. During the scuffle, both parties were stabbed. Himanshu also died,” said Singh.