Road rage: Man rams car into bike after argument in Delhi’s Dilshad Garden – cities

New Delhi:

In a road rage incident in east Delhi’s Dilshad Garden early Monday, two friends received multiple injuries after their motorcycle was hit from behind by a car with whose driver they had an argument minutes earlier, police said.

The impact of the hit was such that both men riding the Royal Enfield motorcycle were left with multiple fractures. The Swift car itself climbed up a pavement after hitting the bikerss.

The car driver has been booked for attempt to commit culpable homicide but is yet to be arrested. “We have details of the suspect and are out to find and arrest him,” said a senior police officer who didn’t want to be identified.

The crime happened around 12.30 am on Monday when Juber, 23, and his friend, 22-year-old Siraj, were out to have soft drinks at a shop in Dilshad Garden.

Juber, who runs a milk shake shop and was riding his Royal Enfield motorcycle, told the police that he and his friend were having soft drinks at a shop when a Swift car taking a turn on the road hit the front tyre of his motorcycle.

“The two men hopped on to their motorcycle and chased the car before bringing it to a halt. An argument ensued between them, but other people intervened and separated them,” said the police officer.

While the two men began to return to the shop where it had all begun, the Swift car driver allegedly decided to chase them.

“We heard continuous honking from behind. We ignored it, but the car hit our motorcycle very hard from behind. Both of us were thrown off the motorcycle. The car climbed a pavement and ended up with a broken bumper,” Juber told the police.

When the car driver got off his vehicle to check his broken bumper, Juber said he saw that it was the same man with who they had an argument minutes earlier.

“People gathered at the spot and the driver took advantage of the situation to slip away with his car,” Juber told the police.

The car’s registration number plate had fallen at the spot, with the help of which the police identified the suspect. The police didn’t reveal his identity, pending his arrest.

The two injured men were rushed to a local hospital from where they were referred to Safdarjung Hospital. “They have suffered multiple injuries and are receiving treatment,” the officer said.

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Woman found murdered in Delhi’s Mohan Garden – cities

New Delhi:

A 26-year-old woman was found murdered with her throat slit and multiple stab wounds in her abdomen at her in-laws’ home in outer Delhi’s Mohan Garden near Ranhola on Saturday night, police said on Monday.

A case of murder was registered at the Ranhola police station and the matter is being probed from various angles, including personal enmity, robbery attempt going wrong and family dispute, officers associated with the case said.

“The first information report (FIR) was registered under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code. Our probe is on,” said deputy commissioner of police (outer) A Koan.

The woman identified by her first name Manisha was married to Pankaj (first name) four months ago. The couple lived on the ground floor of a building, the first floor of which is occupied by Pankaj’s brother and his family.

Pankaj is a motor mechanic and repairs cluster buses, the police said.

A senior police officer associated with the case said Manisha’s body was discovered by her husband around 10 pm, when he returned home after work.

The husband told the police that he had left home for work around 9.30 am, leaving his wife alone at home.

According to Pankaj, when he returned home, he found the main door bolted from inside. But it did not make him doubtful because he had asked his wife to fasten the latch from inside before going to sleep as he usually returned home late in the night, Pankaj told police.

“Pankaj unbolted the door by reaching the latch through the window. He went inside and found his wife bleeding and unconscious on the floor. Items in the room were scattered on the floor,” the officer said, quoting Pankaj’s statement.

Pankaj raised an alarm, informed his brother and neighbours before calling the police control room. A police team reached there and took Manisha to a nearby hospital, where she was declared brought dead.

Police spoke to Pankaj’s brother and his family members. But they claimed that since the air cooler in their house was on, they did not hear Manisha’s screams. The neighbours also did not hear anything.

“The murder took place between 10 am and 10 pm on Saturday, during the period when the woman’s husband was away. Prima facie, it appears that the killer is known to the woman as there was a friendly entry in the house. The suspect knew how to fasten the main door’s rear latch through the window. Nobody has been given a clean chit, so far,” the officer said.

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50-year-old man kills self in Delhi’s Dilshad Garden area- The New Indian Express


NEW DELHI: A 50-year-old man allegedly shot himself dead in his car on Saturday in Dilshad Garden area of Shahdara district, police said.

The deceased has been identified as Manish Taneja, a resident of Pocket-A, Dilshad Garden, they said.

He was a postal assistant in Jhilmil Industrial Area, police said.

The information regarding the incident was received on Saturday morning, they said.

Police reached the spot and found the body of Taneja lying on the driver’s seat of the car parked near his flat, a senior police officer said.

“A country-made pistol was found lying on his chest and there was a gunshot wound to his head. Taneja was suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) for almost last 15 years,” the officer said.

Police said he was getting treatment from a hospital for the mental health condition.

No suicide note has been recovered, police said.

The statements of relatives and neighbours have been recorded where no foul play has been suspected, police said.

The car and the pistol have been taken into possession and the body has been preserved for the post-mortem at GTB Hospital.

Necessary legal action is being taken, they added.

(If you are having suicidal thoughts, or are worried about a friend or need emotional support, someone is always there to listen. Call AASRA’s 24×7 Helpline: +91-9820466726 for assistance.)

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