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Security guard stabs another in Gurugram hosp


GURUGRAM: Panic gripped Sheetla Hospital on New Railway Road in Sector eight early morning on Friday, when a security guard stabbed a colleague 15 occasions outside the ICU at the third ground till he died, and fled. The entire episode was once captured on CCTV cameras, whose photos has been retrieved via police.

Police suspect the assault was once the fallout of an argument, but said it'll simplest get clear when the accused, who's currently at the run with his circle of relatives, is nabbed. The incident has raised questions in regards to the clinic’s security association.


According to police, the deceased, Jugal Kishor (27), hailing from Indrawal village in Bulandshahr district of UP, labored for a private security agency and have been deployed in the clinic some months ago. At the time of the mishap, he was once posted outside the ICU at the third ground, whilst the accused, Nosil (24), hailing from Firozabad in UP, was once posted on the primary gate.


CCTV photos presentations that round 5.10am, a scuffle started between the two shortly after Nosil reached the third ground. The accused, who had come up the steps with a large knife, then dragged and stabbed the victim. Two feminine staffers and a person can also be noticed at the photos operating up the steps to the third ground on hearing the altercation, but fleeing for defense on witnessing the stabbing. The accused could also be noticed fleeing via the main gate in some other CCTV photos. Hospital group of workers immediately known as police, but Jugal Kishor had succumbed to his wounds via then.


“The accused stabbed Jugal Kishor more than 15 occasions in his chest, abdomen, palms, face and close to the top. He died from over the top blood loss. We handed over the frame to his kinfolk after autopsy,” said inspector Bhartender Kumar, SHO of City police sation.


Based on a criticism filed via Kishor’s father Nannu Singh, an FIR underneath Section 302 (homicide) has been registered at City police station against Nosil. “We have got the CCTV photos and a few primary leads. Raids are being conducted and the accused will likely be nabbed quickly. The security agency, clinic staff and management have all been quizzed. They denied any knowledge of brewing enmity between the two. The accused and his circle of relatives are absconding,” said Sumer Singh Yadav, DCP (west).


When contacted, clinic receptionist Brijesh Dube said that clinic supervisor Rakesh Mishra had refused to speak to media.


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