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A shocking case has emerged from Bikaner, Rajasthan. A boy was stabbed to death after an altercation between two youths over a petty issue at a tea stall here, police said today. The incident took place at a tea stall in Bikaner's Jai Narayan Vyas Colony area late last night. During this time, the young man who tried to rescue the boy has also been seriously injured. Cctv footage of the entire incident has also surfaced. In this video, it is seen how some young men clashed with each other and blood started appearing on the entire floor.
It is being told that there was an argument between two young men about something. After the conversation, the young man stabbed the other youth with a knife. The injured youth died in the attack. At the same time, the young man who came to the rescue was also seriously injured, who is undergoing treatment at the Trauma Center. On getting information about the incident, SP Tejaswini G reached the trauma center and inquired about the incident. Angry over the death of the young man, the family staged a sit-in in front of the mortuary demanding the arrest of the accused and refused to accept the body. As the matter escalated, police and RSC personnel from two police stations have been deployed on the spot.
According to the
information, there was an argument between two youths at Wunderpuri Tea Shop on Gole Market of Vyas Colony. During this, Yash Ojha, a resident of Gangashahar, was attacked with a knife. He was stabbed on several parts of his body, including his neck. He was rushed to pbm hospital's trauma centre where he was declared brought dead. Priyanshu, a resident of Subhashpura, who came to the rescue, also suffered injuries. He is undergoing treatment at PBM Hospital. Another youth fled from the spot.
At present, the police are now trying to find out who the attackers were. The police are examining the CCTV footage of the area. It is being told that the police have identified the attackers and are conducting raids to catch them.