174) Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: 8th standard boys murder B.Com Student in moving public bus with 40 witnesses looking on

Five accused often stole money, carried weapons

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Published : Nov 26, 2017

Boys who allegedly murdered the teen were bunking school at the time, says the police.

New Delhi: The Delhi police has taken five schoolboys into custody for allegedly stabbing a 17-year-old to death in a bus in Southeast Delhi’s New Friends Colony.

17-year-old Mohammad Anas, a B. Com (Hons) student at the Al-Falah University in Faridabad, suspected the boys in school uniforms of stealing his mobile phone. When he confronted them, they slit his throat and owing to the slow-moving traffic surrounding the bus, made away before anyone could nab them.

The youngsters are aged between 12 and 15, deputy commissioner of police (Southeast Delhi) Romil Baniya. “All the five held for the alleged murder are between 12 to 15 years of age and are reportedly 8th to 10th standard students,” according to a police official.

The accused are government school students, said police officials. The boys reportedly told the police that they carried a weapon as they often stole money and valuables from passengers on buses. Anas, the eldest of three siblings, was a first-year B. Com student at the Al Falah University in Faridabad and a resident of the city’s Jamia Nagar neighbourhood.

It was later discovered that the boys who allegedly murdered the teen were bunking school at the time.

Taking a cue from the CCTV footage of the bus’ route and the description of the boys’ uniform as well as electronic surveillance on the mobile phone they allegedly stole from Anas, the Delhi police nabbed the accused from different parts of South-Delhi.

Describing the accused as “unruly by nature”, investigators went as far as to say that this case was unusual since no other cases of students targeting civilians in public places have emerged so far.

They are students of Class 8, 9 and 10, and stay in Ali Vihar and Badarpur. The incident happened on Thursday late noon.

The conductor of the bus, which had about 40 passengers, said the boys, as well as the victim, boarded the bus from a bus stop in Ashram and soon the man began checking their pockets.

Delhi bus murder: How apathy ended student’s dreams of lifting family out of poverty

Paras Singh| TNN | Updated: Nov 26, 2017 copyright Times of India newspaper

NEW DELHI: Mohammad Anaswas studying commerce and aspired to become a chartered accountant. His desire was to earn enough one day to lift his family out of its impoverished existence. And it was to ensure good education for the children that the family had migrated from a village in Saharanpur to the capital. It was with dashed hopes that Anas’ parents retraced their steps to the village on Saturday with the body of their 17-year-old son.

On Thursday evening, the BCom student was stabbed by a five school students inside a bus near Ashram when he took them on for robbing his mobile phone. As he lay bleeding, no one among his co-passengers stepped forward to help him. A little later, a crowd damaged the bus in a show of anger, but it was too late. “The people in the bus killed him as much as the attackers did,” accused the victim’s aunt, Shiba, on Saturday.

His uncle Mujeed Ahmed added, “Even if one person had intervened, so many dreams would not have been shattered.” Family members alleged there was no guard on the bus, no CCTV cameras and the conductor had done little apart from calling the cops. “A 15-minute drive to the nearby Holy Family Hospital eventually took over three hours. Total system failure killed him,” mumbled Ahmed.
Conversations with the victim’s relatives and neighbours threw up adjectives like “soft-spoken”, “well-behaved”, “simple” and “quiet person minding his own business”. His father had great hopes that his son would amount to something in life. “How could I know that fate had something else slated for him,” grieved Khan.

 Anas lived in a family of five in a 50 square yard house in the alleys of outer Zakir Nagar in south Delhi, where his father, 46-year-old Bholu Khan, operates a small drinking water treatment plant. The son, who attended classes at Al Falah University in Faridabad, chipped in whenever time permitted. On Thursday evening, the water supply van broke down a few kilometres from home and Khan summoned Anas to help him.
 The boy never returned home. The distraught family kept searching for the missing son the entire night only to find his bloodied body at the local police station on Friday.

Anas’ siblings are in school, Sana in Class XI and Shavez in Class IX. Their aunt, Nazia Khan, hoped that the government would help in their education now. “That would be tribute enough for our simple Anas,” she said between tears.

Class V student ‘rapes’ 7-yr-old girl in UP school

Ghaziabad: When the shocking incident of rape of a four-year-old by a classmate at a Dwarka school was reported about two weeks ago, it was considered as an aberration. However, it may only have served to lift the lid over what could be a widespread crime.

On Sunday, December 3, police registered an FIR in Sahibabad police station, following a complaint by the father of a seven-year-old girl (studying in Class II) who alleged she had been sexually assaulted by a schoolmate in a washroom of a school in Ghaziabad. TOI is not revealing the name of the school to protect its identity.

The incident, which reportedly took place on November 8, came to light after a woman doctor figured out the crime when her family took the girl over to her for treatment on December 1. The FIR has been registered against an ‘unidentified person’ under IPC Section 376 (rape) and relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012, as the girl could not name the accused.

On Monday, Ghaziabad police accompanied the girl to her school along with her parents, where she identified the accused in the presence of the school principal and teachers, as a boy studying in Class V. It has been alleged in the complaint that the boy had inserted a ‘wooden twig’ inside the girl’s private parts, inflicting injuries.

The girl’s father, who works in a gas agency in Ghaziabad, told TOI she had been bleeding from her private parts since November 8. “We took her for a check-up to a local doctor, who did not find anything seriously amiss with her. We thought the bleeding could be a result of eating hot and spicy food, and changed her diet. However, it didn’t stop. On Friday, we took her to a female doctor, who confirmed sexual assault. The doctor took her into confidence at her clinic, following which she narrated the sequence of events,” her father told TOI.

Ghaziabad police had a medical examination of the girl conducted on Monday. Its report is awaited. “On November 8, classes were dismissed at around 10am due to smog. The school management called up parents and asked them to take their kids back home.

Around 15 students could not go back immediately. My daughter was huddled in a classroom along with other students, who were all waiting for their parents. The boy, who was also waiting for his parents, followed my daughter to the washroom, where he committed the crime,” her father added.

Five boys detained for bus murder skipped school, went pickpocketing instead

Police said the accused boys would steal anything they could get their hands on —mobiles, valuables, pens and even cigarettes.  Most of the time, the petty crimes would go unreported.

The bus in which Mohammad Anas was stabbed. Express photo by Praveen Khanna

A day after five schoolboys were apprehended for the murder of a 17-year-old boy inside a moving cluster bus, police said the knife was wielded by the oldest child in the group, aged just 16, and that a slap by the victim may have been the provocation behind the stabbing.

The boys, aged between 12 and 16, were produced before a Juvenile Justice Board on Saturday, from where they were sent to an observation home. A police officer said the accused bought the knife from Nehru Place over three weeks ago. They would carry it around as “back-up” during their pickpocketing sprees.

Police said the accused boys would steal anything they could get their hands on —mobiles, valuables, pens and even cigarettes.  Most of the time, the petty crimes would go unreported.

On Thursday evening, their target was 17-year-old Mohammad Anas, who boarded the crowded bus at Ashram Chowk and was murdered at New Friends Colony. Anas was heading home to Jamia Nagar after meeting his father, whose vehicle had broken down.

Police said the juveniles, instead of going to school, gathered at Ali Gaon bus stand and started looking for potential targets.

Mohammad AnasAs Anas boarded bus number 479, they spotted his Redmi mobile phone. “As soon as Anas entered the bus, one of them flicked the mobile from his pocket and passed it to another boy. Anas spotted the boy and caught him. He started shouting, asking for his mobile back. When they refused, he allegedly slapped one of them and a scuffle ensued. The boy who was carrying the knife stabbed him on the neck and jumped out of the bus by using the pressure button to open the door,” said the officer.

One of them got out from the front door, while the others deboarded from the rear. Afterwards, they rushed home. Police said that while they did not tell their families about the incident, they did brag about it to other children in the locality.

Meanwhile, district DCP Romil Baaniya said staff at every police station in the southeast district was put on alert. The only clue they had was that the accused were wearing school uniforms. A WhatsApp message was sent to beat constables to track boys who skipped school on Saturday, and had been previously involved in petty incidents on buses.

“During investigation, we picked up over 200 youths and teenagers,” said Baaniya.

Eventually, police from Badarpur sounded an alert about some boys who might have been involved. Police teams were sent to Badarpur and the boys were picked up from their residences. The mobile and knife was recovered from the residence of the eldest boy.

Police said they have several witnesses, including the bus conductor and driver. Their statements have been recorded and a test identification parade will be conducted soon.

40 people on board but no one intervened when schoolboys stabbed B Com student on Delhi bus’

The bus conductor said the passengers did not make any attempt to provide medical aid to Mohammad Anas, who was allegedly stabbed by five boys during a scuffle for stealing his mobile phone.

DELHI Updated: Nov 25, 2017 10:19 IST

Shiv Sunny
Hindustan Times, New Delhi

A cluster bus parked inside Sukhdev Vihar Bus Depot in which Mohammad Anas, a 20-year-old B. Com student was stabbed to death near Ashram, in New Delhi on Friday.(Sanchit Khanna/HT Photo)

The family of 17-year-old Mohammad Anas, who was stabbed to death on a cluster bus in Delhi on Friday after a scuffle with five boys, said he could have been saved had even one of the passengers intervened.

Anas, a B Com Hons student at Al-Falah University in Faridabad, died on a moving bus in south Delhi after his throat was slit, allegedly by a group of five school students in uniform, when he confronted them on suspicion that they had stolen his mobile phone.

According to Jai Bhagwan, the bus conductor, there were at least 40 passengers on the bus at the time of the murder. Speaking to HT, he confirmed that no one — including himself — intervened.

“It just needed one passenger to stand up against the boys. That would have given everyone else courage to take on the goons. But there was not one man with courage in that bus,” said Anas’ uncle, Mujeeb Ahmed.

He said the passengers neither made any attempt to provide medical aid nor rushed Anas to hospital. “Why is it that Anas was taken to hospital only after the PCR van arrived? Why did the bus conductor not do anything to prevent the attack when it happened right next to his seat,” said Anas’ father, Bholu Khan.

The conductor said everything happened so quickly that he was unable to react. “The boys took advantage of the fact that the bus was moving slowly because of the traffic and ran out from the two doors,” said Bhagwan.

This is not the first time Delhiites have remained mute spectators to murders, attacks or even accident victims. Police say the fear of the unknown as well as an element of indifference induces this behaviour.

Dependra Pathak, Delhi Police’s chief spokesperson, said this mindset is seen more in big cities like Delhi than in smaller towns or villages. “People are circumspect because they don’t know the people involved or the circumstances under which the conflict is happening. They are afraid to do their human duty because they do not want to get into any kind of trouble,” he said.

The officer urged people to intervene in such situations and assured good Samaritans will get legal protection. “They should be rest assured that the law is on their side,” said the officer.

Meanwhile, it has emerged that the five students, who allegedly killed the boy, had bunked school that day and were taking casual joyrides in buses.

“They had assembled at a park in Madanpur Khadar before taking a bus to Ashram Chowk. They again took a bus ride towards Badarpur when they killed Anas,” said Praveer Ranjan, joint commissioner of police (southern range).

Investigators said no similar cases of the students targeting people have emerged so far. They said the boys seemed to be “unruly by nature”.

The description of the boys’ uniform, as well as electronic surveillance on the mobile phone they allegedly stole from Anas, helped the police apprehend them from different parts of south Delhi.

Boy, 17, stabbed to death by teenagers in school uniforms on Delhi bus

The victim apparently suspected the boys of stealing his mobile phone, and attempted to search them when they attacked him and stabbed him in the neck.

Updated: Nov 24, 2017

Hindustan Times, New Delhi
The bus on which a man was commuting when he was attacked by a group of about six teenagers.
The bus on which a man was commuting when he was attacked by a group of about six teenagers. (HT Photo)

A 17-year-old first-year B.Com student was stabbed to death after a scuffle with five boys in school uniforms in a moving bus near Ashram in the heart of the national Capital. The boy, Zakir Nagar resident Mohammad Anas, succumbed to his injuries before he could be taken to hospital.

The incident took place on a government-run cluster bus on the Punjabi Bagh-Badarpur route at 3:30 pm on Thursday. The police apprehended four boys on Friday from Ali Vihar and Badarpur in south Delhi. They will be presented before the Juvenile Justice Board for further custody. A fifth boy involved in the crime is yet to be found, police said.

The suspects are all students of Classes 8 to 10 in two government schools near Ashram in south Delhi, according to Praveer Ranjan, joint commissioner of police (southern range).

The conductor of the bus, Jai Bhagwan, who was a witness to the crime, said there were at least 40 other passengers in the bus at the time of the murder, but no one intervened. “Everything happened quickly. Before I could react, they had stabbed the youth and jumped out of the bus,” he told Hindustan Times.

There were no identification documents found on Anas after the attack. While the police were struggling to identify him or the killers , Anas’s family members began going to police stations in the vicinity on Friday to find the missing boy. “When we reached New Friends Colony police station, we were shown the photo of the boy killed on the bus the previous day. It was our Anas,” the victim’s uncle, Mujeeb Ahmed, said.

The conductor said that the scuffle had broken out over Anas accusing the boys in school uniforms of stealing his mobile phone. The phone was found on Friday at the house of one of the suspects, police said, adding that the murder weapon — a small knife that was used to slit Anas’s throat — has also been recovered.

The victim, who would have turned 18 next February, was an undergraduate student at Al-Falah University in Faridabad. He lived with his parents and two siblings less than five kilometres from the scene of the crime.

Anas boarded the orange cluster bus at Ashram Chowk bus stop at around 3.15 pm. “A few hundred metres later, the bus was caught in a traffic jam on Mathura Road. Four or five boys entered in white shorts and navy blue pants,” Bhagwan said.

According to him, it was not long after that an argument broke out between Anas and the boys. “He accused them of stealing his mobile phone and tried to search their pockets. The boys resisted,” Bhagwan said.

The argument turned into a scuffle, and some of the boys allegedly restrained Anas while one of them stabbed him in the neck. “The boy who stabbed him seemed the oldest of the lot. He was egged on by his friends,” Bhagwan said.

He said the boys then jumped out of the slowly moving bus using the two doors at the opposite ends. The conductor called the police, who rushed Anas to Holy Family hospital, where he was declared brought dead.

The victim’s father, Bholu Khan, runs a drinking water business. “My Maruti Omni van had broken down in Maharani Bagh. I had called Anas to come with some money. He was a very well-behaved boy, but shouldn’t he have tried to retrieve his stolen phone?” Khan asked.

The Delhi government has deputed a civil defence volunteer in every bus, but the Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System (DIMTS), which operates cluster buses, confirmed on Friday that there was no volunteer on the bus.

Government figures show 56 juveniles in Delhi were involved in murder cases in the previous two years. Overall, 2,499 crimes in the city were committed by juveniles in 2016, according to police data.

5 School Boys Stab 17-Year-Old To Death In Delhi Bus, Co-Passengers Look On And Do Nothing

Public apathy comes in various forms – one of them being watching the injustice being done to someone and not doing anything about it. 17-year-old Mohammad Anas from Delhi was travelling in a bus when he was attacked by a bunch of school boys who stabbed him to death. Anas was not carrying any ID cards, police initially remained clueless about his identity — and the family came to know much later about the incident, reported The Indian Express.

Stabbed To Death In A Bus

“Till Friday afternoon, we had no idea that our son had been murdered. On Thursday, I returned home and asked my wife about our son, and she told me he hadn’t reached yet. We started to look for him, and approached Jamia Nagar police station on Friday. That was when we were told that a boy’s body had been found in New Friends Colony. We then went to the police station in the area, and identified our son’s body,” the boy’s father Bholu Khan informed.

His uncle, meanwhile, said that the 17-year-old found himself alone in his hour of need. “Anas was a brave child and he always stood against injustice. But he was alone when he was attacked in a bus which was full of people. The passengers could have helped him,” said Mohsin Chaudhary, the boy’s uncle.

Stabbed To Death In A Bus

A beat constable, who patrols the area of the incicdent said, “There are lot of passengers who travel on this route, and there is no one to control them in crowded buses. Many a times, the doors remain open, and the bus staff don’t bother to shut them This gives easy access to pickpockets, who freely walk in and out of buses. “They carry small knives or surgical blades in case they are caught. In this case, the attackers happened to be schoolboys.” Joint Commissioner of Police (southeast) Praveer Ranjan said he has directed police personnel to meet officials of the transport department to tackle the menace.

 

SCHOOLBOYS’ STAB YOUTH TO DEATH IN BUS

Saturday, 25 November 2017 | Staff Reporter | New Delhi
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‘Schoolboys’ stab youth to death in bus

In an alleged case of mobile snatching going wrong, a group of five teenagers in school uniform stabbed a man to death inside a moving bus on Mathura Road in South

Delhi on Thursday afternoon after he tried to frisk them on suspicion they had stolen his mobile phone.

Police said they have apprehended four juveniles in the case and one juvenile is absconding.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (South-East) Romil Baaniya said the deceased

has been identified as Mohammed Anas (25) and his snatched mobile phone has been recovered.

“Four of them who have been apprehended are pursuing studies in eighth to 10th standard in Government schools. The interrogation of the juveniles revealed that they assembled in the afternoon and boarded a bus route number 479 from near Ashram Chowk and they snatched the mobile phone of victim and in the due course, one of them stabbed the victim on the neck and deboarded the bus,” said the DCP.

The conductor of the bus carrying about 40 passengers at the time of incident said the boys, as well as the victim, boarded the bus from a bus stop in Ashram and soon the man began frisking the students. The man alleged that they had stolen his mobile phone, according to the conductor.

“This led to a scuffle in which one boy stabbed the man in his neck with a knife while the other boys restrained him,” the conductor said.

Police said the boys were wearing white shirts and navy blue trousers suggesting they were students of a Government school. As the victim collapsed inside the bus, the boys managed to jump out of the vehicle unchallenged after the murder.

“The bus was moving slowly because of the traffic, so they managed to jump out and escape,” the driver of the bus, Jai Bhagwan, said.

Police said despite the arrest there has been no breakthrough in the case until Friday afternoon.

Police are further interrogating the juveniles in order to trace the fifth one and to ascertain if the accused boys are a part of a gang that hires boys in uniform to pickpocket passengers, so that suspicion can be avoided

School Boys Stab 17-Year-Old To Death In Delhi Bus, Co-Passengers Look On And Do Nothing

Public apathy comes in various forms – one of them being watching the injustice being done to someone and not doing anything about it. 17-year-old Mohammad Anas from Delhi was travelling in a bus when he was attacked by a bunch of school boys who stabbed him to death. Anas was not carrying any ID cards, police initially remained clueless about his identity — and the family came to know much later about the incident, reported The Indian Express.

Stabbed To Death In A Bus

“Till Friday afternoon, we had no idea that our son had been murdered. On Thursday, I returned home and asked my wife about our son, and she told me he hadn’t reached yet. We started to look for him, and approached Jamia Nagar police station on Friday. That was when we were told that a boy’s body had been found in New Friends Colony. We then went to the police station in the area, and identified our son’s body,” the boy’s father Bholu Khan informed.

His uncle, meanwhile, said that the 17-year-old found himself alone in his hour of need. “Anas was a brave child and he always stood against injustice. But he was alone when he was attacked in a bus which was full of people. The passengers could have helped him,” said Mohsin Chaudhary, the boy’s uncle.

Stabbed To Death In A Bus

A beat constable, who patrols the area of the incicdent said, “There are lot of passengers who travel on this route, and there is no one to control them in crowded buses. Many a times, the doors remain open, and the bus staff don’t bother to shut them This gives easy access to pickpockets, who freely walk in and out of buses. “They carry small knives or surgical blades in case they are caught. In this case, the attackers happened to be schoolboys.” Joint Commissioner of Police (southeast) Praveer Ranjan said he has directed police personnel to meet officials of the transport department to tackle the menace

Delhi: Five schoolboys arrested for stabbing 17-year-old to death aboard moving bus

A group of youngsters snatched the mobile phone of Mohammad Anas and stabbed him in the neck when he confronted them, the police said.

The Delhi Police have arrested five schoolboys for allegedly stabbing a 17-year-old to death in a bus in southeast Delhi’s New Friends Colony, PTIreported.

The incident is believed to have taken place on Thursday, when Mohammad Anas had boarded a bus from Ashram Chowk to Jamia Nagar.

The youngsters are aged between 12 and 15, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Southeast Delhi) Romil Baniya told ANI. They reportedly snatched Anas’ mobile phone and stabbed him in the neck when he confronted them.

All accused have been arrested in killing of a man by 5 in a Cluster bus. Accused are juvenile students aged b/w 12 to 15. They hopped into bus near Ashram Chowk, tried to rob victim’s mobile phone & killed him when showed resistance: Romil Baniya, DCP, South East Delhi

“Other passengers witnessed the incident as well, but they could not do anything as the attackers jumped out of the bus after stabbing the boy,” the bus conductor told the police, according to The Indian Express.

The accused are government school students, The Hindu quoted unidentified police officials as saying. The boys reportedly told the police that they carried a weapon as they often stole money and valuables from passengers on buses.

Anas, the eldest of three siblings, was a first-year B Com student at the Al Falah University in Faridabad and a resident of the city’s Jamia Nagar neighbourhood.

Five schoolboys stab Mohammed Anas, 17, to death on Delhi bus

Five schoolboys stab Mohammed Anas, 17, to death on Delhi bus

NEW DELHI: A 17-year-old Mohammad Anas was stabbed to death by five boys in school uniforms in the heart of the national Capital after the victim objected to them stealing his mobile phone.

The incident took place on a government-run cluster bus on the Punjabi Bagh-Badarpur route at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday.

The boys in school uniforms believed to be students of Classes VIII, IX and X  tried to rob Anas’s mobile phone in a moving bus near R K Ashram in the national capital.

Anas confronted them and was checking the pocket of the accused on the suspicion of stealing his mobile phone, an argument broke out which turned into a scuffle.

Some of the boys allegedly restrained Anas while one of them stabbed him in the neck. He was immediately rushed to the to Holy Family hospital but succumbed to injuries and was declared brought dead.

According to Hindustan Times reports, Jai Bhagwan, the conductor of the bus, who witnessed the crime, said there were at least 40 passengers at the time of the murder, but remained mute spectators.

“Everything happened quickly. Before I could react, they had stabbed the youth and jumped out of the bus,” he told HT.

If only one passenger showed the guts to intervened, the boy would have been alive.

Anas, the eldest of three siblings was first-year B.Com student at Al-Falah University in Faridabad. Anas, a resident of Zakir Nagar would have turned 18 next February.

Bholu Khan, the victim’s father who runs a drinking water business said. “My Maruti Omni van had broken down in Maharani Bagh. I had called Anas to come with some money. He was a very well-behaved boy, but shouldn’t he have tried to retrieve his stolen phone?” Khan asked.

The accused will be presented before the Juvenile Justice Board for further custody.

Boy, 17, stabbed to death by teenagers in school uniforms on Delhi bus

The victim apparently suspected the boys of stealing his mobile phone, and attempted to search them when they attacked him and stabbed him in the neck.

DELHI Updated: Nov 24, 2017

copyright Hindustan Times, New Delhi

The bus on which a man was commuting when he was attacked by a group of about six teenagers. The bus on which a man was commuting when he was attacked by a group of about six teenagers. (HT Photo) A 17-year-old first-year B.Com student was stabbed to death after a scuffle with five boys in school uniforms in a moving bus near Ashram in the heart of the national Capital. The boy, Zakir Nagar resident Mohammad Anas, succumbed to his injuries before he could be taken to hospital. The incident took place on a government-run cluster bus on the Punjabi Bagh-Badarpur route at 3:30 pm on Thursday. The police apprehended four boys on Friday from Ali Vihar and Badarpur in south Delhi. They will be presented before the Juvenile Justice Board for further custody. A fifth boy involved in the crime is yet to be found, police said. The suspects are all students of Classes 8 to 10 in two government schools near Ashram in south Delhi, according to Praveer Ranjan, joint commissioner of police (southern range). The conductor of the bus, Jai Bhagwan, who was a witness to the crime, said there were at least 40 other passengers in the bus at the time of the murder, but no one intervened. “Everything happened quickly. Before I could react, they had stabbed the youth and jumped out of the bus,” he told Hindustan Times. There were no identification documents found on Anas after the attack. While the police were struggling to identify him or the killers , Anas’s family members began going to police stations in the vicinity on Friday to find the missing boy. “When we reached New Friends Colony police station, we were shown the photo of the boy killed on the bus the previous day. It was our Anas,” the victim’s uncle, Mujeeb Ahmed, said. The conductor said that the scuffle had broken out over Anas accusing the boys in school uniforms of stealing his mobile phone. The phone was found on Friday at the house of one of the suspects, police said, adding that the murder weapon — a small knife that was used to slit Anas’s throat — has also been recovered. The victim, who would have turned 18 next February, was an undergraduate student at Al-Falah University in Faridabad. He lived with his parents and two siblings less than five kilometres from the scene of the crime. Ads by ZINC Anas boarded the orange cluster bus at Ashram Chowk bus stop at around 3.15 pm. “A few hundred metres later, the bus was caught in a traffic jam on Mathura Road. Four or five boys entered in white shorts and navy blue pants,” Bhagwan said. According to him, it was not long after that an argument broke out between Anas and the boys. “He accused them of stealing his mobile phone and tried to search their pockets. The boys resisted,” Bhagwan said. The argument turned into a scuffle, and some of the boys allegedly restrained Anas while one of them stabbed him in the neck. “The boy who stabbed him seemed the oldest of the lot. He was egged on by his friends,” Bhagwan said. He said the boys then jumped out of the slowly moving bus using the two doors at the opposite ends. The conductor called the police, who rushed Anas to Holy Family hospital, where he was declared brought dead. The victim’s father, Bholu Khan, runs a drinking water business. “My Maruti Omni van had broken down in Maharani Bagh. I had called Anas to come with some money. He was a very well-behaved boy, but shouldn’t he have tried to retrieve his stolen phone?” Khan asked. The Delhi government has deputed a civil defence volunteer in every bus, but the Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System (DIMTS), which operates cluster buses, confirmed on Friday that there was no volunteer on the bus. Government figures show 56 juveniles in Delhi were involved in murder cases in the previous two years. Overall, 2,499 crimes in the city were committed by juveniles in 2016, according to police data

 

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