A 30-year-old taxi driver was arrested Thursday for allegedly killing another cab driver following a scuffle over the latter's relationship with a woman in northwest Delhi's Jahangirpuri, police said.
The accused, Yogesh, is a resident of Jahangir Puri and was arrested from Mool Chand Colony in Azadpur, they added.
On Tuesday, a 28-year-old taxi driver, Mehtab, was stabbed to death by the accused, a senior police said.
He was declared brought dead by the doctors, the officer said.
Investigations revealed that Mehtab was in relationship with a woman which was objected by her another friend Yogesh, the DCP said.
On the day of the incident, the accused had seen her speaking to Mehtab over the phone for a while following which he forced her to call him at gate no.2 of BJRM hospital to meet her, the officer said.
When Mehtab arrived there, an altercation broke out between them which was then followed by a scuffle. An enraged Yogesh then stabbed Mehtab with a knife. After stabbing, the accused fled away from the spot in his car along with the woman, the officer added.
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