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16-year-old Junaid chased, stabbed to death caught on camera

This incident didn’t take place in Okhla but not far from the locality. What happened in Gandhi Nagar on Friday will leave residents stumped and highlights how not controlling anger can be fatal at times and also not giving right parenting.

In this incident that took place in east Delhi a few days ago. A 16-year-old youth Junaid was allegedly stabbed to death by his acquaintance Rashid alias Babban as reported by a national daily.

The accused who was held later on would have gone untraceable had the incident would have not caught on camera installed in the locality. It came handy to the police that cracked the case.

Moreover, the CCTV footage gives insight into how the ghastly incident unfolded. Going by the report, it is understood that the incident took place after Friday prayer when Junaid met Babban whom he knew since childhood near their colony and had an argument.

Locals said they both were having an argument which turned nasty and Babban started thrashing Junaid before stabbing him. The footage shows Junaid running away from the accused. But his luck failed he was seen later being caught and being stabbed by the accused until he collapses.

It was a passerby who noticed Junaid and informed police who was rushed to a nearby hospital. Doctors declared him brought dead. When Babban was arrested from his house based on the footage of the CCTV gathered from a shop, he denied of his involvement in the incident. But he could not hide it from police as he opened up on sustained interrogation and confessed to his crime. Also, he told the police that he had planned to flee to Gujarat after the incident.

“The knife used in the stabbing and blood stained clothes of the accused have been recovered,” said a senior police officer, adding that: “While they were fighting, a huge crowd had gathered in the area, but none of them tried resolving the matter,” reported TOI.

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