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19-year-old collegian killed in love triangle
Around six o’clock on Thursday, Muddasir, a second-year BCom student at Chembur’s Vivekananda Education Society College, went out with his girlfriend and another girl. At that time, Aditya and Kalpamp, who were waiting outside on a bike, went towards her and started stabbing her repeatedly in front of both the girls. Due to this, he was immediately taken to the nearest hospital with serious injuries, where he was declared dead within an hour of admission. After the postmortem examination, the body was handed over to the family on Friday evening.
The girls who witnessed the incident were shocked
A police officer said, both the girls who witnessed the incident are still in shock. Officers of Chunabhatti Police Station and Crime Branch checked the CCTV footage of the scene and found the picture of the two accused on the bike. A police officer said that the girl with whom the deceased was having an affair was earlier in a relationship with Aditya for five years. When he found out that his ex-girlfriend was now with Muddasir, he called her and warned her to stay away from him. Due to which there was a fierce argument between the two.
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“Aditya and his friend Kalpamp had raked up the college and planned to stab Muddasir in front of his girlfriend,” the officer added. After the incident, they went to Kalpamp’s house in Kalyan. After learning that Muddasir had died, he fled from there. Meanwhile, the police nabbed a woman, who knew the two accused, and got the phone number of Aditya, who lives in Govandi.
Both the accused were arrested from Dharavi
Meanwhile, the police got hold of a woman who knew both the accused and got Aditya’s phone number and tracked her location in Dharavi from where the two were arrested. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Prashant Kadam said that three crime branch teams led by Senior Inspector Ravindra Salunke made a lot of efforts to trace the two accused, who will now be handed over to Chunabhatti police.
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