Man stabbed multiple times following roadrage incident in Lado Sarai
In an alleged case of roadrage a at Lado Sarai in Saket area here, a man was stabbed multiple times after he got into an altercation with four boys on Sunday evening.
The man has been admitted in All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences' Trauma Center where he is undergoing treatment.
The father of the injured man is a head constable in Delhi Police.
The cops received a call from Saket at 8.45 pm and on reaching the spot, the Investigative Officer found a motorcycle (make Bullet, black colour) standing in a pool of blood.
The scene of crime was inspected and photographed by the crime team, and then the relevant exhibits were lifted, seized and taken into police custody.
According to police, the information regarding MLC was received from AIIMS Trauma Centre. On reaching the Trauma Centre, the victim was identified as Prince Tewatia, 28, under treatment.
"The patient was having four stab injuries ranging from one in the back, one in right thigh and two in the hands. The doctor declared the patient as unfit to give statement.
"Based on the circumstances and evidence collected case case under sections 307 of Indian Penal Code was registered and further investigation is being carried out," Additional DCP South Chinmoy Biswal said.
Later during investigation, friend of the injured, Paras Sharma, a resident of Lado Sarai also met the poice in person who stated that he along with Prince work at a call centre in Udyog Vihar, Gurugram.
On Sunday, while they were coming back from the office, Prince had an altercation with four boys standing on two scooties near Hanuman Mandir, Lado Sarai.
Later, Prince dropped Paras near his house in Lado Sarai and left for Saidullajab on his way home.
After a passage of five minutes, Paras received a call from Prince that he has been stabbed by unknown persons.
The cops have formed several teams to arrest the accused.
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