Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Driver stabbed when insisted on stopping at the designated bus stop

This is the way our people are, our society is. North India is host to a host of people like these.



NEW DELHI: A 28-year-old DTC bus driver was allegedly stabbed by three youths after the driver refused to stop in between bus stops. The incident was reported at ITO near the police headquarters at 6.30pm. 

"According to the victim, the three youths who had boarded the bus at Anand Vihar demanded that the bus be stopped right after the ITO bridge. When the driver insisted on stopping at the designated bus stop at ITO, the youth allegedly tried to stop the bus by grabbing the steering wheel. 

"One of the youths then allegedly took out a blade and stabbed on Devender's thigh. The youth was immediately caught by the public while the other two escaped. The accused has been identified as Pankaj. Devender was taken to LNJP Hospital where he is recovering," said a senior police officer.

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