Man Dies After Being Beaten by Boys in Delhi

A 38-year-old man, Mohammad Hanif, was tragically killed on Friday in a horrific incident in south-east Delhi’s Okhla. Hanif was trying to protect his son during a fight with a group of boys when he was brutally beaten with bricks. The incident took place in Okhla Phase-2, where Hanif resided with his wife and four sons. His two minor sons were also injured in the altercation.

Altercation Begins Over Bike

The incident unfolded around 11 pm when Hanif’s 14-year-old son went outside to retrieve his parked bike. To his dismay, he found a group of four to five boys sitting on it. When he politely asked them to vacate his bike, an argument ensued, quickly escalating into a physical brawl.

Father’s Attempt to Save Son Ends in Tragedy

Hearing the commotion, Hanif rushed to the scene to protect his son. However, the situation turned fatal as the boys attacked him with bricks, inflicting severe injuries. Hanif was immediately rushed to AIIMS Trauma Centre by the police, who had been alerted about the incident. Tragically, he was declared brought dead upon arrival.

Accused on the Run, Case Registered

The group of boys responsible for the attack fled the scene and are currently on the run. The police have registered a case and are actively searching for the culprits. Investigations are underway to identify and apprehend the individuals involved in this horrific crime.


The death of Mohammad Hanif, who lost his life while trying to protect his son, has shocked the residents of Okhla Phase-2. The incident serves as a grim reminder of the need to address and prevent such acts of violence in society. The police’s efforts to catch the perpetrators and bring them to justice are ongoing.

News Summary:

  • A 38-year-old man, Mohammad Hanif, died after being beaten by a group of boys in Okhla, Delhi.
  • Hanif was trying to protect his son during a fight when he was attacked with bricks.
  • The incident took place in Okhla Phase-2 and Hanif’s two minor sons were also injured.
  • The boys responsible for the attack are currently on the run, and the police have registered a case.
  • Mohammad Hanif’s death highlights the need for addressing and preventing such acts of violence.

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