Pune man killed for objecting to ‘mad’ remark; held two

A 25-year-old man was allegedly murdered in Pimpri Chinchwad basti of Maharashtra’s Pune district after he objected to calling him a “crazy”, police said on Monday, adding that two people have been arrested. According to the police, on August 5, the accused attacked the man with bamboo sticks, sticks and a chair in Milind Nagar area.

“Accused Manoj used to tease Kasb and call him ‘crazy’. On Thursday, the accused started teasing him again. Despite Kasb’s objections, the tussle continued. The town lost its cool and saw a man. Hit him with a stick, after which they started thrashing him with plastic chairs, bamboo sticks and sticks. The town was seriously injured and later died.”

An FIR has been registered against seven people under section 302 (punishment for murder) and other sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), he said, adding that two of them have been arrested.

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