Delhi Crime: Youth killed parents, sister, grandmother in Palam

Publish Date: 23 Nov, 2022 |

A sensational case of killing four members of a young family has come to light in West Delhi's Palam area. According to the information being told about the whole incident in the Palam police station area, the young man killed four people of his own family with knives. It is being told that the young man is addicted to drugs and has killed his two sisters, father and grandmother while intoxicated. Police have arrested the accused. The name of the accused is Keshav and he has also been arrested. 

DCP gives information

DCP South West Manoj C. told that when PCR reached the spot, there was a crowd. When the police entered the house, the accused tried to escape but was caught with the help of people. There were bloodied dead bodies of 4 people inside the house. These include one of the accused's father Dinesh, mother Darshan, 75-year-old grandmother Dewano Devi and sister Urvashi Saini. All lived together on one floor. Dinesh's son Keshav lived with them, who is accused of the murder. People told that he is a drug addict. Because of this there used to be frequent quarrels in the house.

Accused cousin caught him while escaping

Kuldeep, a relative of the slain family, told news agency ANI, “I returned home around 9.15-9.30. After 10 minutes I heard my cousin Urvashi shouting for help. I went upstairs and knocked on the door. We tried to break down the door. My cousin Keshav called us out and said it was a family matter." Kuldeep further said, “I called my uncle and the police. On his arrival, he tried to break down the door. Meanwhile, I heard the sound of someone jumping down. I ran downstairs and saw my cousin Keshav trying to escape on a scooty. I caught him and handed him over to the police. We came to know that he killed them."


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