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The incident took place on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday, when the auto driver, Rahul, was counting cash in his auto while waiting for passengers at Govindpuri Chowk.
The accused identified as Rahul, employed as a tailor at the designer's workshop from past three and a half years, allegedly murdered the two with his friends Rehman and Wasim, according to the police
According to police, the victim, a 40-year-old man, was allegedly inebriated and was thrashing his wife and children when his minor son picked up a knife and stabbed him twice in the chest.
Nearly a month before his daughter's wedding, a 57-year-old doctor was found dead and valuables worth lakhs of rupees missing from his residence in northwest Delhi's Jahangirpuri area.
According to a recent Delhi Police data, 62 of the 337 killings reported till September 15 this year in Delhi took place due to sudden provocation over trivial issues.
During investigation, it was revealed that the victim's family had come from eastern Uttar Pradesh in search of work.
DCW has sent a notice to the SHO of Tilak Nagar and sought factual report of the incident and copy of the FIR registered in the matter.
Delhi cop's son arrested, charged with rape, intimidation after video of him thrashing woman goes viral
The woman, seen in the video shared widely on social media and shown on TV channels, told the police that accused Rohit Tomar called her to his friend's office in Uttam Nagar and raped her.
Two sophisticated pistols along with nine live cartridges were seized from them.
The woman alleged he even asked her to bring her minor daughter to him and raped her.
The driver also drove the car on the footpath injuring three others who are undergoing treatment at a hospital.
The post-mortem report of the 16-year-old boy, who was thrashed for almost three hours by the accused after he allegedly entered a house to steal valuables
The 16-year-old boy had entered a house to steal valuables, but was caught by the owner and beaten to death by some locals.
The police questioned Geeta, the eldest daughter of Kunwar Pal, who according to reports was the "self-styled god-woman" Lalit, one of the dead family members, had met.
Vishakha Chundawat, granddaughter of victim Narayan Devi, asserted that her uncle Lalit was not "suffering from any psychological disorder" and was "completely normal".