New Delhi [India]: A 50-year-old man stabbed to death, was found in Delhi’s Nangli Puna Flyover in GT Road, Rohini at 12:40 a.m. on Sunday.
Following information about the said person lying in the flyover via PCR call, he was rushed to Raja Harish Chander Hospital, where he was declared dead, and later moved to Babu Jagjeevan Ram Hospital, informed DCP of Rohini district Rishi Pal.
One stab injury was found at the left side of his chest.
According to Pal, the deceased identified as Ashok r/o Ambala was a shopkeeper who had come to make some purchases from Bhagirath Place, and was on his way back when the incident is speculated to have taken place.
Electronic spare parts and equipment like sound amplifiers, AC-DC converters and other electronic materials, one hand bag and his shoes were found at the site.
Few keys and receipts were also found.
A case of murder has been registered and further investigation is underway. (ANI)