Mumbai Crime: Vegetable vendor stabs man over Rs 10 in Dadar
A dispute broke out between the man a vegetable vendor over payment of Rs 10 which escalated to such a level that the latter stabbed him with his vegetable knife in Dadar
A vegetable vendor in Dadar stabbed a man on Monday over a dispute over payment of Rs 10. The deceased, identified as Mohammed Hanif had gone to purchase vegetable in a market in Dadar around 11 pm, the police said.
A dispute broke out between the man a vegetable vendor over payment of Rs 10 which escalated to such a level that the latter stabbed him with his vegetable knife. The accused stabbed Hanif several times on his neck and hands before fleeing the spot.
Dadar Assistant Commissioner of Police Sunil Gawker said, "As soon as we were informed about the incident, we reached the spot and rushed the man to a nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead." The Shivaji Park police have registered a case of murder against the accused and initiated an investigating in the matter.
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