Delhi Teenagers Paraded at Murder Site by Police who 4 Delhi Teens Who Killed Friend Over ₹ 300

The police expressed their intention to publicly present all the suspects in order for the residents of Delhi's Ranjit Nagar to be able to identify them easily.
New Delhi: In New Delhi today, four teenagers who reportedly stabbed a 20-year-old man over a ₹300 gambling dispute were escorted by the Delhi Police to the location of the crime. The police aimed to publicly exhibit the accused individuals, intending to send a message to potential wrongdoers about the consequences they could face for committing crimes. Police officer Shailendra Sharma and his team accompanied the four suspects to the crime scene.

A 20-year-old named Abhishek was allegedly fatally stabbed by four teenagers after he confronted them about losing ₹300 in a card game. The accused individuals, Pramod, Rajnish, Amit Kumar, and Roshan Singh, all aged between 18 and 19, have been identified. Abhishek had played the game with Pramod and when he demanded the money back, an altercation ensued, resulting in Pramod stabbing Abhishek to death.

According to Police officer Sanjay Kumar Sain, Abhishek's uncle reported witnessing three to four teenagers chasing Abhishek. They caught up with him, assaulted him, and Pramod ultimately stabbed him while the attack was underway.

The police used technical surveillance to identify the accused. Pramod's location was tracked to a bus heading towards Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh, and the other three individuals were apprehended later.

"Pramod was a friend of the victim. They were playing cards in a park near the railway line in Sangam Colony, where Abhishek lost ₹300. Subsequently, when he demanded the money back, an argument ensued that escalated into a physical altercation," explained the police officer.

The police have recovered the knife, bloodstained clothes worn by the accused, and the ₹300 in question.