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Delhi boy kills senior for using foul language against mother

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 4 October 2021, 11:03 IST

In a shocking incident reported from the national capital, a class 11 student died after being stabbed by one of his school juniors in Okhla on Friday afternoon. The crime took place after the victim used foul language against the mother of the accused boy.

The 17 year-old victim and the accused, aged 15, went to a government run senior secondary school in Delhi’s Tehkhand’s locality. According to the case details, the victim had allegedly used abusive language against the accused’s mother, which lead to a dispute.


Following school hours on Friday, the accused, a Class 10 student, stabbed the victim multiple times. The police later came rushing to crime spot and shifted the injured boy to a medical facility, where he succumbed to his injuries, as per a report by The Times of India (TOI).

Medical reports of the victim suggested that he had suffered three stab injuries. The police lodged a case of murder and took the minor accused into their custody. The crime spot was visited by a team of crime and forensics experts for conducting a comprehensive examination.

In another incident of crime, a 17-year-old girl in Kerala’s Kilimanoor allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison, reportedly after she discovered that a 27-year-old youth who had promised to marry her was in a relationship with someone else.

After the girl's death, it came to light she had consumed poison. Her parents came to know that on Sunday, she had messaged the youth that she was about to take poison. The youth, however, did not prevent her from taking the extreme step.

The boy didn’t even apprise her family. The WhatsApp chat between the duo were looked on as proof. The Kilimanoor police charged the youth for abetment to suicide and apprehended him.

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First published: 4 October 2021, 11:03 IST
 
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