Locals vandalise DTC buses, bikes over youth’s murder
A <g data-gr-id="25">day-after</g> a 25-year-old man was stabbed to death in South-east Delhi’s Badarpur area, family members and locals carried out a protest in the area and vandalised as many as eight DTC buses and <g data-gr-id="24">half-a dozen</g> two wheelers.
The deceased, identified as Manak Singh, used to run a cable business and on late Monday night a group of youth from the locality stabbed him to death.
The youth were under the influence of alcohol after which they were creating a ruckus in the area and Manak had intervened to stop them. So far, police have failed to make any arrest in the case. However, according to the cops they have been identified and raids are being conducted to nab them.
On Tuesday morning, the family members along with 100 locals staged a demonstration. The locals became violent and vandalised the <g data-gr-id="21">two wheelers</g> parked in the area.
Further, they reached Badarpur police station and continued to protest. As the bus terminal was nearby, a few of the protesters broke the <g data-gr-id="26">window-panes</g> of DTC buses parked there. Also, the locals stopped traffic movement on Mathura Road that led to huge traffic congestion during the day time.
After the police intervened and assured them of justice, the mob came under control.
A case under the sections of rioting has been registered at Badarpur police station against the protesters.