Delhi Cop Suspended For Allegedly Delaying Registration Of FIR In Stabbing Case

2 males have been arrested and a juvenile has been apprehended within the case, police mentioned (Representational)

New Delhi:

A sub-inspector was suspended for allegedly delaying registration of FIR in a case by which a 26-year-old man was stabbed by a gang of robbers earlier this month, police mentioned.

Lakhan Singh, an electrician, was attacked and robbed on July 1. He died on the RML Hospital on Thursday.

“There was a delay in registering the FIR on this case. Now we have already suspended a sub-inspector and despatched the SHO (Gulabi Bagh) to the Police Line on Saturday,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Monika Bharadwaj mentioned.

Two males have been arrested and a juvenile has been apprehended within the case, police mentioned.

The incident passed off when Singh was getting back from work, they mentioned, including that he was stabbed within the stomach.

On Thursday, the person died to accidents on the RML hospital, they mentioned.

Sources mentioned that the sufferer had died because of infections.

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