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Shocking! Woman robbed Flipkart delivery boy of Rs 40, 000, stabbed him 20 times and the reason will hit you hard

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 30 March 2018, 16:21 IST

In another shocking incident, a woman stabbed a Flipkart delivery boy more than 20 times. This unfortunate incident took place in Delhi. The woman also robbed the man of Rs 40,000. What shocks here is the reason for allegedly stabbing the boy was that he delayed in delivering the smartphone she had ordered.

The 30-year-old woman, Kamal Deep, is a lawyer by profession and was aided by her brother Jitender Singh (32). The accused had ordered a new smartphone from a shopping website, Flipkart but the boy delayed the delivery. The accused along with her brother stabbed the guy for more than 20 times.

The victim has been identified as Keshav and is critical in condition.
As per reports, Keshav visited Kamal Deep’s house in Nihal Vihar, Delhi, to deliver new phone worth Rs. 11,000. Keshav told in his statement that Kamal called her many times and complained about the delay in delivering her phone.
The duo brother and sister had an argument when Keshav reached the Kamal's house, he told her that he faced problems in tracking her house. After which, the woman got angry, following which she went to the kitchen and brought a kitchen knife and attacked him mercilessly. The woman's brother Jitender tried to stop her, then she tried to threaten him too and he also joined her in attacking the delivery boy.

Later, the duo also robbed the boy of Rs 40,000 that he had received from the customers after delivering other items and threw him down the drain. Somehow Keshav managed to call the police and lodged the complaint against them. Keshav was later rushed to a hospital by the police.

The brother-sister duo has been booked under the charges of attempt to murder and voluntarily causing hurt. However, the duo refuted the charges but police got help from the CCTV footage which showed clips that matched with the statement of Keshav.

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First published: 30 March 2018, 16:19 IST