Maharashtra: A person allegedly stabbed and injured a ‘pani puri’ vendor after arguing over a invoice of Rs 20, Nagpur police stated on Sunday. The person, who works in a store near the seller’s stall, was requested to pay a pending invoice of Rs 20 by the latter, he stated.
“This led to an argument and vendor Jairam Gupta was stabbed within the abdomen. He has been hospitalised. The accused has been charged with an try to homicide,” the Jaripatka police station official stated.
Just some days in the past an analogous incident was reported the place a person stabbed a tea store proprietor in Kerela’s Malapurram district as he was dissatisfied with the standard of the tea, police stated. The sufferer was severely injured and combating for his life.
A bleeding Munaf was taken to a close-by hospital and after first help, moved to a different hospital. However seeing his situation, he was then moved to the Kozhikode Medical Faculty hospital, the place his situation is acknowledged to be severe. Subair was later taken into custody by the police.