Road rage: Four stab Delhi policeman, one held
A Delhi Police constable suffered serious injuries when four people stabbed him in a road rage incident on Thursday evening, police said
New Delhi: A Delhi Police constable suffered serious injuries when four people stabbed him in a road rage incident on Thursday evening, police said.
Police have arrested one of the four accused, identified as Sunil, while a hunt is on to nab his associates Pawan, Ashok and Ganesh. All of them are in their late 20s, a police officer said.
The incident took place around 4.30 p.m. in Trilokpuri area of east Delhi when constable Vikram was on patrolling duty with his colleague constable Kavinder, both deputed in the Mayur Vihar police station.
Vikram was stabbed in his back and thigh, but is out of danger, said a police officer.
Deputy Commissioner of Police B.S. Gurjar told IANS that two of the accused were involved in a heated argument with the constables, accusing them of hitting their motorcycle with their bike.
"Meanwhile, two other associates of the culprits joined them and they attacked the constables. In the melee, Pawan, one of the accused, took out a knife and stabbed constable Vikram," Gurjar told IANS.
Sunil was caught on the spot while his associates managed to flee.