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2 held for killing youth whose mother opposed drug use

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New Delhi, June 8:  Two persons were arrested on Wednesday for killing a 24-year-old man on Tuesday evening, after his mother objected to their drug consumption in a public toilet.

Deputy Commissioner of Police M.N. Tiwari identified the two arrested as Sonu, 24, and Sahil, 23, both residents of Nangloi in west Delhi.

Tiwari said the suspects were wearing blood-stained clothes at the time of arrest and had a blood-stained knife on them.

The deceased, Rahul, 24, used to work at a public toilet near Janata Market of Nangloi with his 50-year-old mother Shyamlata.

Rahul’s family has urged police to provide security as the accused had threatened to murder Shyamlata if she complained to anyone.

Shyamlata said three persons came to use the toilet at 2 p.m on Tuesday and as they didn’t come out by 4.30 p.m, she went inside to check on them.

“They were using drugs and when I opposed them, they abused me, so I slapped one of them,” she said.

The two left after threatening Shyamlata and minutes later Rahul reached the spot.

By 4.30 p.m, they came back with around 12 people. Three of them attacked Rahul and knifed him inside the toilet complex.

“He ran out of the complex to the adjoining park for help, but rest of the gang surrounded the park so that my son couldn’t escape.”

Shyamlata said that three persons attacked her son with knives and swords in the park.

I begged them to leave my son alone, but they mocked me: “Why should we leave your son?”

“Then I spread my ‘chunni’ (veil) on the ground and begged of them to spare his life. Even my son begged with folded hands,” she said.

Shyamlata said in the end, they attacked Rahul with a sword and he fell down.

“There were at least 50 people watching, but no one helped my son. Everyone just watched.”

Rahul was taken to a private hospital in an e-rickshaw, but the hospital did not admit him, according to his family members.

He was later taken to Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, where he was declared brought dead.

Rahul, a Class VI dropout, had been working at the public toilet with his mother for the past six-seven years and earned Rs 200-300 a day.

“They (murderers) should get noose and whatever happens to them, we want to watch it with our eyes,” Rahul’s sister, Rajni, 27, said.

“How will we survive now? Who will marry off my daughter?” the 50-year-old said and urged the government to help the family.

“I closed his eyes, I closed his mouth, he is dead,” an inconsolable Shyamlata said.

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Food poisoning kills 4, at least 70 hospitalised in Maharashtra

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After the dinner, many people complained of stomach aches, suddenly started vomiting incessantly and were rushed to nearby private clinics and hospitals. (Representative Photo)

Raigad (Maharashtra), June 19: At least four people were killed due to suspected food-poisoning after a house-warming dinner here, news agency IANS quoted police official as saying on Tuesday.

The incident occurred at the new home of Subhash Mane, who had organised a vaastu-shanti pooja in Mahad village, followed by the celebratory dinner on Monday night, a Raigad Police spokesman said.

After the dinner, many people complained of stomach aches, suddenly started vomiting incessantly and were rushed to nearby private clinics and hospitals, the report said.

Mahad village in Khalapur is around 75 kms from Mumbai.

Of the 70 others still admitted to the hospital, the condition of at least five is described as critical, IANS quoted the spokesperson as saying.

Meanwhile, the  case has been registered as further investigations are underway.

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Partly cloudy morning in Delhi

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New Delhi, June 19: The national capital woke up to a partly cloudy morning on Tuesday but the sky is likely to be mainly clear in the day ahead, the weather office said.

The minimum temperature was recorded at 26.5 degrees Celsius, one notch below the season’s average, a scientist at India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.

The air-quality across the National Capital Region (NCR) was moderate on Tuesday morning, according to System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR).

The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 39 degrees Celsius.

The humidity at 8.30 a.m. was recorded at 67 per cent.

Monday’s maximum temperature was 36.8 degrees Celsius, three notches below the season’s average, while the minimum temperature was recorded at 28.2 degrees Celsius, the season’s average.

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Bihar: 6 children killed as car falls into pond in Ararriya

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Patna, June 19: At least six children lost their lives after the SUV they were travelling into fell into a pond in  Ararriya’s Tarabadi on Tuesday morning.

According to news agency ANI, one person has been rescued from the accident spot.

Last week , four women were killed and eight others were wounded in a collision on National Highway-28 in Samastipur district.

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