Bengaluru: ‘Small stabbing’ over unpaid EMI turns fatal | Bengaluru

Rahil and Jayakumar had been companions who had opened a restaurant collectively.

In a tragic incident, a “small stabbing” turned deadly in Bengaluru on Thursday. 

Rahil and Jayakumar had been companions who had opened a restaurant collectively. 

Jayakumar, a BPO worker had taken the mortgage in his spouse’s identify whereas Rahil, a resort administration graduate, was paying the EMIs. 

The chums met up at Rahil’s house on Thursday morning. The restaurant’s inside work was on, however Rahil had defaulted on the EMI this month. This led to an altercation at Rahil’s flat in Kacharakanahalli in East Bengaluru. 

Offended along with his good friend, Rahil stabbed Jayakumar with a knife earlier than the altercation was damaged up by Rahil’s flatmates. 

Because it was a small wound, the duo ignored the incident and went to sleep. Nonetheless, issues turned tragic when Jayakumar didn’t get up from his nap. 

Round 5PM, they took Jayakumar to the hospital the place he was declared lifeless, and the cops had been referred to as. The police had been curious how such a small stabbing may trigger a dying, however the docs defined {that a} very important nerve had been lower resulting in Jayakumar’s dying. A case of homicide has been registered towards Rahil and he’s at the moment being questioned by the police. 

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