A 23-year-old man allegedly killed his two roommates in west Delhi’s Raghubir Nagar on account of a disagreement over lease fee, the police mentioned.
The accused, recognized as Sakir, fled to his village in Uttar Pradesh’s Amroha after the crime however was quickly arrested by a crew of the Delhi Police, officers added.
In accordance with the police, the accused had been staying with Ajam, 45, and Amir Hasan, 46, in a rented flat at Raghubir Nagar for which they had been paying Rs 4,000 monthly. The 2 had been staying there since 1994.
Early this 12 months, Sakir went to his village for 4 months and returned to his rented home in Delhi 15 days again.
However after his return, his roommates began pressurising him to pay the lease even for the 4 months that he wasn’t there. This led to an argument following which the roommates allegedly abused him.
Sakir bought offended and wished to take revenge, the police mentioned.
On the intervening night time of August 30-31, whereas his roommates had been asleep, he killed them with a knife, hid the weapon and fled, the police added.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (West) Deepak Purohit mentioned: “Police obtained a name in regards to the incident and on reaching the spot, each Ajam and Amir had been discovered useless with a number of stab accidents. The spot was inspected by the crime crew in addition to Forensic Science Laboratory crew from Rohini.”
He mentioned the investigation was began after a case was registered at Khayala police station.
It was discovered that each one three males had been engaged in sale of garlic in close by areas, he added.
“Numerous groups had been shaped and dispatched in any respect the attainable hideouts. A crew was additionally dispatched to his village and eventually, he was nabbed there,” the DCP mentioned.