Just For A Fight Over Cab, A Man Lost His Life In Mumbai Because Of A Group Of Teens

Nowadays, people have no control over their anger, they even forget the result of it. Recently in Mumbai, a 36-year-old man lost his life as he allegedly being assaulted by a group of teenagers.

Just over a fight on the cab in Mumbai's suburban Chembur, four persons including three minors killed a man, as per said by the senior police officer.

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"Yesterday, 18-year-old Krishna Boyanna with his three minor friends wanted to take the taxi in which the victim Surendra Singh and two others were travelling," said the official.

According to the official, " Mr Singh and his companions were about to get down but were taking their time to pay the fare. Irked, the accused asked them to get down immediately."

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After the incident, Mr Singh immediately rushed to a hospital where the doctor informed him brought dead. However, the report of murder has been registered at the Chembur police station.

DCP (Zone VI) Shahaji Umap said, "Boyanna was arrested and sent to police custody till May 14, the three minors were sent to a children's home."

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by Admin | Fri, May 11 - 02:30 PM

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