After a fight on Wednesday in the Saket neighbourhood of South Delhi, a gang of three to four individuals brutally beat a 44-year-old man to death. Two suspects have been taken into custody by police in relation to the crime.
On August 25, police learned that a man named Arvind Sah had been brought dead to the hospital by his brother Arun. This information was provided by Max Hospital. After that, cops arrived at the hospital and greeted the deceased’s family members. A review of the situation was started. It was discovered that Sah lived in Sector 4 of Pushp Vihar and formerly laboured at the Tuglkabad Container Depot.
On Thursday, his body was discovered 200 metres from his house. Following an investigation, it was discovered that Sah was murdered on Wednesday by a group of guys.
Sher Singh Rawat (51) and Anshul were the two males that the police detained (22). Anshul confessed that his two pals, who live in Saidullajab, Delhi, were also engaged in the murders when he was questioned. Sah and Sher Singh Rawat began to argue after exchanging insults, which prompted Anshul to beat Sah as well. He then phoned his two companions, who had been beaten by Sah, and ran off.
The investigation, according to the DCP, indicated that Sah was discovered dead on Thursday morning about 6 am about 200 metres from his residence, close to a Mother Dairy booth. Sah was noticed by a member of the family who alerted his brother, who then took him to the neighbourhood private hospital. The autopsy was conducted after the body was moved to the mortuary at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Further investigation indicated that Sah was attacked by four people on Wednesday night approximately 11 p.m. As a result, a murder case was reported, and an investigation was started.
Two suspects were found throughout the inquiry and were taken into custody. They were Anshul a.k.a. Ritik and Sher Singh Rawat. Anshul revealed that two further friends were also involved.
The victim is said to have intervened to stop the defendant from drinking and partying on a nearby footpath because she thought it would be disruptive to nearby residents and passersby. Around Saturday lunchtime, HT texted DCP Jaiker to inquire about the veracity of these accusations. We’ll update this article as soon as she responds to our query.
Until July 15 of this year, 277 murder cases were reported in the city of Delhi, according to police records. There are 42 more murder cases this year than there were during the same period last year. 459 murder instances were reported in Delhi in 2021. The second most common cause, after “enmity,” was “sudden provocation,” which accounted for over 21% of them.