Bengaluru: Man kicks co-worker to death over a minor dispute
A shocking case was reported from Bengaluru where a 20-year-old youth was allegedly killed by his co-worker over a petty reason on Monday. The deceased identified as Pintu Kumar was a native of Bihar and was working in mineral water supplying factory in Bengaluru.
The incident took place at Narayan Pillai Street, the mineral water owner Saravanan who witnessed the incident told that he saw Pintu and the accuse identified as Nipu (23) quarrelling over a petty issue while loading the water bottles into a van.
As soon as he rushed to the spot, Nipu allegedly punched and kicked Pintu who then later fell unconscious. On seeing this they immediately rushed him to a nearby hospital, however, the doctors declared him brought dead.
The police have arrested the accused and have charged him under the murder section of IPC.
Well, this is not the first time when such crime has taken place every now and then such crime are reported, in a similar incident from Greater Noida, a man killed his friend after the latter teased him calling Coronavirus victim. The incident took place on Tuesday around 9 pm inside the temple.
The accuse identified as Suresh with his four friends were playing ludo inside the temple. During the game, Suresh coughed, following which, his friend Prateek (victim) taunted him by saying that he might have COVID-19. This didn’t go down well with the accuse and he immediately took out his gun and shot his friend dead.