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Youth abuses mother, brother murders him

New Delhi, Nov 1, 2012,DHNS:

A youth was stabbed to death by his brother after the victim vebally abused their mother in west Delhi’s Nihal Vihar late on Wednesday. In another incident, a woman has been killed by her brother-in-law after she refused to give him money.

Irfan, 28, was arrested in his Laxmi Park home on Thursday for the murder of Mohammad Abdul, 25, after a case of murder was lodged against Irfan with Nihal Vihar police station.
According to police, Saira Bano, 50, and his two sons — Irfan and Ibrahim — disowned Abdul from their property few months back due to his bad habits.

“Abdul was of the opinion that his mother was the main reason behind his sufferings and that was why he often used to misbehave with her,” a police official said.


Around 11.15 pm on Wednesday, Abdul arrived at the house and started abusing his mother.

When despite repeated warnings from Irfan and Ibrahim, Abdul continued misbehaving with Saira, Irfan picked up a knife and stabbed him in his abdomen.

Abdul was immediately taken to Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, but was declared brought dead upon arrival.

Woman killed

Lata, 40, was stabbed to death by her brother-in-law over personal dispute in east Delhi’s Madhu Vihar.

She lived with her husband Ram Swaroop, 43, a vegetable seller and five children at Sarla Colony. “Lata was alone at her house at 5 pm on Wednesday when her brother-in-law Satpal, 32, reached there and asked her for money,” a police official said.

When she refused, it led to an argument following which Satpal attacked Lata with a knife. She was rushed to Dr Hedgewar Hospital in Karkardooma, but was declared brought dead.

Satpal, a ragpicker, was arrested on the spot. A case of murder has been lodged with Madhu Vihar police station.

Lata’s body was handed over to family after a post-mortem at Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital on Thursday.

Sources also claimed that Satpal forced Lata to have an illicit relation and attacked her after her repeated refusal.

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