In the Delhi Clash, a father gives his life to save his son from a brutal assault

Mohammad Hanif, a 38-year-old porter who worked in Delhi’s Sanjay Colony, perished in a sad event while attempting to defend his 14-year-old son from a bunch of youngsters. Late on Friday night, while his son attempted to get his bike from a neighboring street, he ran across a group of four or five kids who were obstructing his path and sitting on it, according to NDTV.

An argument that started out as a straightforward request to move the bike rapidly became violent. Mohammad Hanif hurried outdoors after hearing the disturbance in order to step in and defend his kid. Sadly, instead of calming the situation down, the altercation became fatal when the lads turned on Mr. Hanif and viciously attacked him with bricks.

A police crew quickly arrived at the location after authorities were made aware of the occurrence. Despite their best efforts, the medical professionals had to pronounce Mr. Hanif dead after they had taken him to the AIIMS trauma center.

The police have opened an investigation and are aggressively looking for the perpetrators of this terrible act of violence. As Delhi hosts the 18th G20 Leaders’ Summit, there has been increased security in the nation’s capital as this tragic tragedy has taken place. This unfortunate occurrence serves as a melancholy reminder of the need for vigilance and safety in our communities during these trying times, especially given that over 50,000 people, including dog squads and mounted police, were deployed to provide security during the summit.


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