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Khyala tragedy: Police assure full help to bereaved children

Khyala tragedy: Police assure full help to bereaved children

New Delhi: Tears were rolling down from the eyes of 14-year-old Aman and his sisters Khushi, who lose their parents and brother after a vicious attack by their neighbour in West Delhi's Khyala on January 16. Delhi Police assured full cooperation from their end. "Khushi (9) and Aman are broken from inside and they always ask for their parents. It is very tough," said one of their relatives. DCP (West) Monika Bhardwaj and representative of various RWAs and MWAs met the kin of deceased in Khyala incident on Saturday.

DCP (West) assured full cooperation from the end of local police. She shared that investigation in the case is being conducted scientifically and it will be ensured that a watertight case is built, in this case, is filed at the earliest in a time-bound manner so that maximum punishment can be ensured from the court. They were counselled. The Compensation will be provided through DLSA. "A letter for that is being written to DLSA. Some money was also given by the members of RWA and MWA to the children of the deceased to meet the immediate needs," police said.

On Wednesday, the accused Mohammad Azad (42) had stabbed Sunita, her husband Veeru and their 18-year-old son Akash from the meat cleaver. "Sunita died on Wednesday, later Veeru succumbed to his injuries," police said. The investigators claimed that the accused fled the spot and stayed at some place hiding with the help of shawls. Later on Thursday morning, he was arrested from Zakhira area. On Friday, Akash died.

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