New Delhi, July 24 (IANS) A young man was stabbed by unidentified assailants in south Delhi after he asked them to remove their two-wheelers from the road, police said on Monday.
Police said 28-year-old Prince Tewatia, son of a Delhi Police Head Constable and working in a Gurugram call centre, was returning home in Saidulajab area on Sunday evening after dropping a friend in Lado Sarai area when he had an altercation with the four youths.
“A complaint of stabbing was received at the Saket police station around 8.45 p.m. Police found victim Prince’s motorcycle parked in a pool of blood while he was admitted in All India Institute of Medical Sciences Trauma Centre,” Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Chinmoy Biswal said.
“The caller, Paras Sharma, a resident of Lado Sarai and friend of the victim, told police that Tewatia dropped him at Lado Sarai and on the way back, he had an altercation with four youths standing near two scooties near a temple. He said he later received a call from Prince that he has been stabbed by unknown persons,” Biswal said.
The young man sustained four stab injuries — one in the upper back, one in the right thigh and two on his hands. The doctor had declared him unfit to give a statement, the officer added.
Police is examining closed-circuit television footage from nearby areas to ascertain the identity of the accused, he added.