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On way to meet his sister for Raksha Bandhan, man’s throat slit by kite string in Delhi

A man, who was on his way to meet his sister for Raksha Bandhan, was killed after his throat was slit by a kite string in Delhi.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A man on his way to his sister’s home for Rakhi died after his throat was slit by kite string
  • At the time of the incident, Vipin Kumar was on the motorcycle along with his wife and daughter
  • Vipin Kumar was on his way to celebrate Raksha Bandhan with his sister in Loni
A man, who was on his way to meet his sister for Raksha Bandhan, was killed after his throat was slit by a kite string in Delhi’s Shastri Park.
The deceased has been identified as Vipin Kumar. At the time of the incident, he was on the motorcycle along with his wife and daughter.

Vipin Kumar was on his way to celebrate Raksha Bandhan with his sister in Loni.

As per the information, while passing through the Shastri Park area a kite string got entangled on his neck and blood started flowing. When Vipin tried to remove the string using his hands, he got cuts on them too.

He then stopped his bike and made his wife and son get down from the bike. But he then fell down on the road himself and when the helmet was removed he started bleeding profusely.

With the help of passerby’s, he was carried to the trauma center where he was declared brought dead.

The police have registered a case in this case under the sections of murder.

Vipin lived with the family in the Rajdhani Park area of Nangloi. Vipin, who supplied bread, is survived by his wife and three daughters.

There have been many cases of death due to kite string, commonly referred to as Chinese manjha, in Delhi in recent times. Since July 25, two deaths have been reported. Dozens of cases have been registered against neck cuts due to Chinese manjha. On August 7, a delivery boy also lost his life in the Badarpur area due to a cut on his neck caused by sharp strings.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by GOVT.in staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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