Two men allegedly stabbed to death a 17-year-old boy in Mumbai for allegedly failing to share the wi-fi hotspot password with them.
The incident occurred last week in Mumbai’s Kamothe neighbourhood, near a pan shop, when two men asked the teenager, Vishal Rajkumar Maurya, for his wi-fi password. Following his denial, the two accused began abusing him.
The three had a physical argument, and the duo stabbed Vishal to death. The accused then fled the scene, but were apprehended by Mumbai Police within hours.
After being stabbed, the victim gathered his strength to walk a few steps before collapsing. He was then rushed to a nearby hospital, where doctors pronounced him dead.
“Two men murdered a 17-year-old boy in Mumbai’s Kamothe neighbourhood for failing to provide the wifi hotspot password. After a fight between the two accused, the victim was stabbed “According to Vivek Pansare, DCP Zone-1, Navi Mumbai, quoted by ANI.
Ravindra Atwal aka Haryanivi and Santosh Valmiki, the two accused, have been charged with murder.