Brutal Murder in Shahbad Dairy: Youth’s Planned Attack Ends in Tragedy


In a shocking incident that has sent shockwaves through the community, a 16-year-old girl named Sakshi was brutally murdered in Shahbad Dairy. The perpetrator, identified as Sahil, had purchased the knife used in the crime approximately 15 days prior from Haridwar, Uttarakhand. According to senior police officials, the knife was subsequently discarded near Rithala Metro Station after the heinous act.

The authorities are currently engaged in a search operation to locate the murder weapon. Preliminary investigations reveal that Sahil meticulously planned the attack after Sakshi rejected him in front of her friends and refused to reconcile their relationship. Infuriated by her dismissal, Sahil carried out the gruesome act, stabbing Sakshi more than 20 times before bludgeoning her with a cement slab, resulting in her immediate death. Shockingly, the autopsy report indicates that Sakshi suffered a total of 34 injury marks, with her skull brutally smashed.

Law enforcement officials have noted that Sahil’s recent purchase of the knife indicates premeditation, suggesting that he may have harbored intentions to harm Sakshi beforehand. However, Sahil claims that his actions were impulsive, stemming from his rage at her continuous rejection. Investigators speculate that Sahil’s motivation for attacking Sakshi may have been triggered by her rekindling her relationship with her ex-boyfriend, Praveen. It is reported that Sakshi had been involved with Praveen for three to four years before falling in love with Sahil. Sahil alleges that Sakshi showed a renewed interest in Praveen due to his possession of a motorcycle.

The community has been left in a state of shock and disbelief over the brutality of the crime committed by Sahil. The local authorities have assured the public that they are diligently working to apprehend the culprit and ensure that justice is served for Sakshi’s untimely and tragic demise.


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