Two murders in 24 hours rocks north-west Delhi
In two separate cases of murder that took place in north west Delhi in the past twenty-four hours, a 21-year-old youth was stabbed to death in Jahangirpuri, while in Bhalaswa Dairy, a woman was found dead under mysterious circumstances.
In both cases, the police are yet to make any arrests and have formed two teams to look into both the cases.
The first incident was reported on Saturday when the police received a PCR call informing them of a stabbing incident.
The victim identified as Bijender, who had set up an eatery in Jahangirpuri area.
He was taken to the local hospital by the police where he was declared brought dead.
The police have registered a case of murder and said they have not recovered the weapons of offense.
The police have claimed that after talking to the relatives of the deceased, that Bijender must have been killed over personal enmity.
Sources have claimed that a person, Vicky Kumar, had a confrontation with the deceased a few days ago.
In the second incident, the police had received information by Gaurav, the brother of the deceased, who told the police that his sister was found dead inside her room located in Bhalaswa Village.
The woman identified as Simran (21) was found dead under mysterious circumstances as she had a swollen face and signs of external injuries, her brother claimed.
Her husband Ashu Pal, during the writing of this report, was found and the police have claimed to look into the matter from all angles, even though sources have hinted that her husband is the primary suspect in the case.
"We are looking for the accused in the case. The family has alleged that the husband used to fight regularly with the deceased. Once we apprehend him, the facts will come to light," said a police official.