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Coronavirus Lockdown: Man hacked to death after he asked violators to stay indoors

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 2 May 2020, 14:54 IST
Coronavirus Lockdown

PM Modi announced a nation-wide lockdown on 21st March and so far it has extended two times to curb the outspread of Coronavirus. However, rather understanding the situation people are getting frustrated and are finding ways to flout the norms of lockdown.

Owing to this a shocking case was reported from Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli where a 45-year-old man was hacked to death by his neighbour for advising him to stay indoors on Thursday. As per reports, the victim identified as Yusuf saw his neighbours coming outside the house in the evening. On seeing this he asked them to remain indoors and not violate the lockdown norms, however, this offended one of the neighbours and started arguing with him.


During the argument, the accuse came out with a sharp object and stabbed Yusuf seriously. On seeing this, people rushed him to the nearby hospital immediately, however on reaching doctors declared him brought dead.

Police have sent the body for the postmortem and have filed the complaint against the seven people after the victim’s family approached them.

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First published: 2 May 2020, 14:21 IST
 
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