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20 Aug 2018

Delhi: Man killed following scuffle over asking directions to cigarette-shop

Delhi: JNU non-teaching staffer stabbed to death

A 29-year-old non-teaching staffer of Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi was allegedly stabbed to death while his cousin was injured, following a scuffle over asking directions to a cigarette shop.

The incident happened in Vijay Vihar area of Rohini.

The duo was rushed to a hospital, where Rahul was declared brought dead while his cousin Naveen was stated to be critical.

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Delhi: JNU non-teaching staffer stabbed to death
Accused was in an inebriated condition

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Accused was in an inebriated condition

On Saturday, Rahul had come to Naveen's house in Rohini and the latter came to see him off when he was leaving.

When Naveen asked a man directions to a cigarette shop, the man, who was in an inebriated condition, got into an argument with the cousins.

Later, he also called his accomplices who attacked Rahul and Naveen, the police said.

Police arrested three men, apprehended a juvenile

Rahul worked on an ad-hoc basis with the varsity while his cousin is a lab assistant at the university. The police have arrested three men and apprehended a juvenile in this regard.

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