Delhi couple Man Singh and his wife Puja had been living apart for a while. However, he came back to meet his family when the couple got into a heated argument.
After an argument, Man Singh and his wife Puja had been living apart for a while. Puja and her two children were currently residing at her grandmother’s house in Kalkaji. Man Singh came to meet them on Friday night, and the couple got into a heated argument. Police claimed that in a fit of rage, the father carried his son to the balcony and threw him to the concrete 21 feet below, after which he jumped off.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has admitted the father and son, both of whom have serious wounds. The incident was reported on Friday, December 16, from a slum in Kalkaji, New Delhi.
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Puja’s grandmother claimed Man Singh was under the influence of alcohol when he came to visit. After a heated argument, Singh took his son to the rooftop and threw him to the ground before jumping himself. Singh and his son both had injuries, but none of them were fatal.
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A senior police officer claims that at 10.38 pm on Friday, Kalkaji police station was informed that a person had jumped from his home’s rooftop after knocking one child to the ground. Man Singh has been registered for attempted murder, according to the police.
The official said, “A police team responded to the information and arrived on the scene in a hurry. They discovered that Man Singh had allegedly thrown his young son to the ground before jumping from the rooftop at a height of about 21 feet. Inquiries led to the discovery that the house where the incident occurred belonged to the grandmother of his wife, Puja, who had already driven the injured boy to Holy Family Hospital.”
Taking suo-motu notice of the situation on Friday, the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) requested a report by December 20. The Director of Education and Additional Commissioner of Education were given the task of investigating the incident by the DCPCR.