The cops claimed they located the murdered kid’s parents weeping, holding their kid’s body, at the construction site near Lodhi Road.

In a dreadful criminal offense, two young boys killed a six-year-old youngster with a knife at a construction site in south Delhi. Both the young boys have been apprehended, the authorities said.

The police stated they located the killed child’s parents weeping, holding their boy’s body, at the building site near Lodhi Road.

The cops employed a forensic group, which recuperated the blade the two children used.

The couple has 2 more youngsters, one two-year-old and also the various other elder to the murdered boy.

The couple in their issue to the authorities claimed they were singing bhajans at the building site after dinner when they realised their child was missing. The boy’s dad stated he went on a search in the nearby shanty towns and saw blood on the floor of a jhuggi.

He stated he required opened the door, only to locate his kid’s body as well as both children.

Both implicated consumed ganja before killing the six-year-old, the police stated.

According to the authorities, both implicated informed them that after eating Lord Shiva’s prasad, they mosted likely to where some ladies were singing bhajans and requested incense sticks, but were refused. The police said both implicated, while they were returning to their jhuggi, really felt Lord Shiva was requesting the sacrifice of a child.

Then they took the youngster inside their jhuggi and also slit his throat with a kitchen knife, the police stated.

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Last Updated: 02 October 2022