In a primary of its variety crime, a Mumbai man was arrested for killing his brother throughout coronavirus lockdown. A person from Samata Nagar space of Kandivli, within the far western suburbs of Mumbai was arrested for allegedly killing his brother. The reason is he had stepped out of the home amid the coronavirus lockdown. The lockdown has been imposed to curb the unfold of coronavirus.
As reported by DC, The accused recognized as Rajesh Laxmi Thakur killed his youthful brother Durgesh after the previous alongside along with his spouse stepped out of the home to purchase groceries out there on Wednesday afternoon. The deceased has been recognized as Durgesh Laxmi Thakur (21). His brother, Rajesh Laxmi Thakur (29) has been arrested by the Samata Nagar police station.
Durgesh labored in a personal firm in Pune however got here to Mumbai to stick with his brother throughout the shutdown. Rajesh had been advising and warning Durgesh towards stepping out. However he didn’t pay heed and stepped out along with his spouse for grocery purchasing.
The report added, When the couple returned from the market, Durgesh questioned them concerning the urgency to purchase groceries amid the lockdown. Following this, an argument ensued between the brothers and Rajesh attacked his youthful brother with a kitchen knife. Durgesh sustained severe accidents and was rushed to a close-by hospital the place he was declared introduced lifeless.
Rajesh, who owns a neighborhood saloon in Kandivli (East) was booked below the Indian Penal Code part for homicide (302) and produced in a neighborhood Justice of the Peace courtroom. He’s remanded to police custody.
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