Mob Lynching: Minor Thrashed To Death On Suspicion Of Theft In Adarsh Nagar
Amid hustle and bustle in the country over various mob lynching incidents another such incident shook the national capital on Friday
Minor’s murder jolts Adarsh Nagar:
Around 4 am on Friday morning a minor boy Sahil got into the residence of their neighbor. At the same Mukesh woke up from sleep and he saw Sahil who had allegedly gotten inside with intent of stealing. As soon as an alarm was raised, people gathered and started thrashing Sahil and thereafter the police was called.
The police admitted injured Sahil to the hospital:
Soon after Police arrived, they rushed the boy to Jagjeevan Ram hospital, who had been brutally injured after being thrashed by the mob. But, Sahil’s condition started worsening. The police have filed a case of unintended murder against the house owner Mukesh and have taken him in custody.
Sahil breathed his last on Friday evening; therefore police changed the charges levied against Mukesh.
Family seeks justice:
Speaking on the incident, the boy’s family member said “They started thrashing our boy at 2 am and kept beating him till 6am. I had a 15-year-old son who used to help in running our kitchen. Now who will feed his 2 sisters and 3 brothers?”
“When we got him up at 8:30, he was trying very hard to breathe They had planned to throw him on tracks in the morning, but then later left him like that. We all know these people and they only took away my son’s life” the family member said.
“We demand justice” the family member added.
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