Advocate stabbed, wounded in road rage in Delhi
New Delhi: In a road rage incident, a 40-year-old advocate was stabbed and injured by two college students here when his car touched their motorcycle, police said on Tuesday. The two accused were arrested.
Keshav Kumar`s car touched the motorcycle of Manish and Ashwani at Hauz Khas in south Delhi Monday night, triggering a heated argument, police said.
The two undergraduate students shouted at Kumar and one of them took out a knife and stabbed him on the chest after which the two sped away, said a police officer.
Police reached the spot and took Kumar to hospital. Doctors said his condition was stable.
The two accused were arrested from their house in Masjid Moth area in south Delhi, police said.
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