PM Modi has announced a 21-day lockdown to protect against the corona virus. While many states have also imposed Section 144 to ensure strict compliance. Despite this, there are many people living in the city who do not want to follow these rules. A case has come up in Mumbai that will shock you. A brother killed his immediate brother because he had objected to his exit during the curfew. This sounds awful to listen to and disturbs relationships, but the same is true.
What is the matter?
Rajesh, who lives in Kandivali area of Mumbai, was walking out with his wife amid the lockdown issued in view of the corona virus. Rajesh’s brother objected to this. He explained that by doing this, corona infection can reach their homes. Rajesh did not like what his brother said and allegedly murdered him.
What does the police say?
Sharing information about this, Mumbai Police said, “On 25 March, Rajesh and his wife went to the market. Rajesh’s brother thus objected to roaming in the market. Later this minor saying turned into a bitter battle.
From the information so far, it seems that due to this quarrel, Rajesh killed his brother. However, the investigation report has not been received yet. The police is currently investigating the case and only after the completion of the investigation will be able to tell whether the murder happened due to this reason or any other reason.