Two Brothers Beaten to Death by Family in Gurgaon

A case under sections of murder, attempt to murder and common intent was registered by the police.

Published: 23rd April 2016 04:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd April 2016 04:29 PM   |  A+A-


GURGAON: Two brothers were killed and three of their family members were critically injured when a neighbouring family attacked them in Gurgaon city of Haryana, police said on Saturday.

Ajay Kumar and Vijay Kumar, both aged around 20-22 years, were killed on Friday night when five members of a neighbouring family attacked them with rods and sticks in Vikas Nagar area, the police said.

The victims' mother Longshree, elder brother Dharmender Kumar and younger brother Raj Kumar were critically injured and admitted to Safdarjung hospital in Delhi.

"Victims' family was building a house and a tractor carrying dust broke a roof slab kept outside the house of accused family. Victims were attacked after short heated arguments," Assistant Commissioner of Police Hawa Singh told IANS.

A case under sections of murder, attempt to murder and common intent was registered by the police.

"We are conducting raids, accused will be arrested soon," Singh said.

The bodies of the victims were handed over to their relatives after autopsy.

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