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51-yr-old beaten up over tea stall spot, dies later

DNAHM118772 | 2/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :242



A complaint of murder was lodged with the Krishnanagar police station on Monday because a 52-year-old man died after he was beaten up by two, after an argument on sitting at a tea stall. Both accused have been nabbed by the police, one of who is a minor.
The incident took place at around 10.30pm on Sunday night near Thakkarbapanagar. The deceased was identified as Deepak Raj, 52, a resident of Thakkarbapanagar area.
As per police, Raj had gone to a tea Stall near the area, when the two accused, identified as Dashrat Solanki and a 16-year-old boy, were sitting at his daily spot. He asked the two to move, and after some time, an argument ensued. Slowly, the matter escalated and Raj was beaten by the two. The dispute was
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