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Two 'hired killers' have been arrested for allegedly stabbing a businessman to death in east Delhi's Shakarpur area, police said today.

Subhash Yadav (39), a garment trader, was murdered by Nabab Ali (24) and Nakul (26) in Shakarpur on Sunday. The victim had allegedly taken loans totalling around Rs 5 crore from a number of persons which he was unable to repay, said Rishi Pal, DCP(east).

Due to loss in his business, Yadav was unable to repay the loans and avoided phone calls of the lenders. The knife and the motorcycle used by the accused have been seized, the officer said.

The accused are hardcore criminals and have been involved in criminal cases previously, Pal added.

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2 hired killers arrested for murdering businessman

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Two 'hired killers' have been arrested for allegedly stabbing a businessman to death in east Delhi's Shakarpur area, police said today.

Subhash Yadav (39), a garment trader, was murdered by Nabab Ali (24) and Nakul (26) in Shakarpur on Sunday. The victim had allegedly taken loans totalling around Rs 5 crore from a number of persons which he was unable to repay, said Rishi Pal, DCP(east).



Due to loss in his business, Yadav was unable to repay the loans and avoided phone calls of the lenders. The knife and the motorcycle used by the accused have been seized, the officer said.

The accused are hardcore criminals and have been involved in criminal cases previously, Pal added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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2 hired killers arrested for murdering businessman

Two 'hired killers' have been arrested for allegedly stabbing a businessman to death in east Delhi's Shakarpur area, police said today. Subhash Yadav (39), a garment trader, was murdered by Nabab Ali (24) and Nakul (26) in Shakarpur on Sunday. The victim had allegedly taken loans totalling around Rs 5 crore from a number of persons which he was unable to repay, said Rishi Pal, DCP(east). Due to loss in his business, Yadav was unable to repay the loans and avoided phone calls of the lenders. The knife and the motorcycle used by the accused have been seized, the officer said. The accused are hardcore criminals and have been involved in criminal cases previously, Pal added. Two 'hired killers' have been arrested for allegedly stabbing a businessman to death in east Delhi's Shakarpur area, police said today.

Subhash Yadav (39), a garment trader, was murdered by Nabab Ali (24) and Nakul (26) in Shakarpur on Sunday. The victim had allegedly taken loans totalling around Rs 5 crore from a number of persons which he was unable to repay, said Rishi Pal, DCP(east).

Due to loss in his business, Yadav was unable to repay the loans and avoided phone calls of the lenders. The knife and the motorcycle used by the accused have been seized, the officer said.

The accused are hardcore criminals and have been involved in criminal cases previously, Pal added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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