A man has been stabbed to death after allegedly refusing to apologise to a dog he brushed past with his van.
Vijender Rana, 40, was reportedly stabbed six times with a kitchen knife in front of his family after being dragged from his home on Friday evening in Delhi’s Uttam Nagar area.
Family members claim that Vijender, a father-of-two, was taken back to the spot where the accident happened by three men, who allegedly grabbed him by the hair and demanded he apologise to the black Labrador called Tommy.
Vijender Rana, 40, was stabbed six times and his brother Rajesh Rana, 40, was stabbed three times as he tried to protect him
The three suspects, who are currently on the run, were angry that Vijender had hit the dog with his vanVijender instead told them to mind their dog and tried to escape, but he was dragged back and killed.
At least 14 dead and more than 100 injured as earthquake hits HaitiHis 45-year-old brother Rajesh Rana ran to help after hearing his screams but was stabbed three times, and currently remains in hospital.
The three suspects, Ankit, his brother Paras, and his tenant, Dev Chopra, are currently on the run and are being hunted by authorities.
Seema Rana, Vijender’s wife, told the Indian Express: ‘My husband was trying to save his brother, who was hit with bricks. Two people held him down and one of them stabbed him multiple times. My son and I kept pleading with them.’
Vijender died as a result of his injuriesA police spokesperson said: ‘Both brothers were taken to Mata Roop Rani Maggo Hospital, where Vijender was declared brought dead.
‘Rajesh was later referred to DDU hospital. The three suspects in the case, Ankit, his brother Paras, and his tenant, Dev Chopra, are on the run. ‘A case of murder has been registered at Uttam Nagar police station.’
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