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The elderly were beaten to death for rent for 250 rupees: E-rickshaw driver was beating the driver, when the father came to save him, he kept beating him till he died

The elderly were beaten to death for rent for 250 rupees: E-rickshaw driver was beating the driver, when the father came to save him, he kept beating him till he died

The father of the e-rickshaw driver was beaten to death on Thursday night in Saadatganj Kashmiri locality of Lucknow. The dispute was only 250 rupees rental. People were beating the e -rickshaw driver on asking for rent. His father arrived to save him. People started beating him. The police are interrogating 3 accused in custody. There was a dispute to the fare to carry the goods, Ayaz, who lives in the controversy, runs an e-rickshaw. Ayaz went to Nishatganj household goods at the behest of Faizan, who lives in the neighborhood on Tuesday. Faizan refused to pay the rent for Ayaz demanding Rs 250 fare. On Thursday night, Faizan started abusing Ayaz after asking for money. Meanwhile, his companions Rizwan and Salman also came. Started beating on Ayaz's opposition. Hearing the scream, people ran and came there. Ayaz's father Mujid also reached. Started trying to calm the matter. Meanwhile, Faizan also started beating Mujid with his colleagues. The accused escaped threatening when Mujid fell unconscious. Family members took him to the trauma center. Where he died late in the night. 3 accused were caught, interrogated, Rahisadatganj Inspector Syed Ahmad Mehndi said, "There was a dispute over the fare of 250 rupees e-rickshaws. Two teams were deployed to arrest the accused. The accused have been caught on Friday morning. Action will be taken on the basis of post-mortem report and evidence. "Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 29th 2022, 9:06 am
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