Road rage: Student beaten to death by three youths

Published: 02nd September 2013 11:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2013 11:10 AM   |  A+A-


In a case of road rage, a Class XII student was beaten to death by three unidentified youths aftera bike he was riding pillion on hit their bike in Loni area.

The incident took place last night when 19-year-old Shanky alias Sagar along with his friend Sonu was going to his house on a bike.

"When Shanky and Sonu reached near Balram Colony, their bike hit another bike on which three youths were riding on.

After the collision, the three youths fell on the road which angered them," Arvind Yadav, circle officer, Ghaziabad, said.

"When Shanky, who was riding pillion, and Sonu were leaving, the youths nabbed Shanky and let off Sonu with his bike.After that, the accused brutally started beating him up.

Accused fled from the spot," he said.

After the incident, Shanky was rushed to GTB Hospital in Delhi where he was declared brought dead.

Police said the three youths are yet to be identified and they are scanning footages of CCTV cameras installed in nearby areas to identify them.

A case of murder has been registered against them at Loni Police Station.

"We are investigating the case and all three accused youths would be arrested soon," he said.

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