Open hooliganism: Dispute over parking of car in Bhopal, elderly man beaten to death


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Bhopal. A 70 year old man was beaten to death over a dispute over parking his car. The incident took place in Ashoka Garden area of ​​Bhopal. Police have registered the case and started searching for the accused. On Saturday at 4.30 pm, Munne Khan (70), who lives near Sabzi Mandi intersection in Ashoka Garden, had parked his car outside a tailor’s shop in his house. The shop operator Shakir alias Bablu started disputing this matter. After a minor altercation, the accused started kicking and punching the old man. When the elderly man became unconscious, the accused fled from the spot. The family members took the elderly man to the hospital, where the doctors declared him dead. Police have registered a case. The family has accused Bablu Taylors of murder.

People intervened and calmed down the fight
According to the information, the old man also protested against the scuffle of the shop operator and tried to defend himself. Due to being physically weak, the old man was beaten badly by Taylor. People standing nearby calmed down the fight. After this the elderly people started leaving the spot with the car. After walking a short distance the old man became dizzy and fell on the road. People picked up 70-year-old Munna Khan and took him to a nearby hospital. Where the doctors declared him dead.

No case registered under murder sections yet
Police arrived after getting information about the incident. The body was sent for post-mortem. Ashoka Garden Police said that after getting injured in the fight, the old man was going on his way when he might have suffered a heart attack. In this case, no case has been registered against the shop operator under the sections of murder. Police say that the post mortem report has not been received yet, apart from this no written application has been given by the family members.

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