Punjab horror: 17-year-old boy kills his grandparents over property dispute in the town of Samrala in Ludhiana

Ludhiana, October 30: In a shocking incident, a 17-year-old boy allegedly killed his grandparents on Wednesday in the Ludhiana district of Punjab. The underage boy stabbed his grandparents to death following a property dispute. The incident took place in the village of Lal Kalan in the town of Samrala in Ludhiana. The deceased had a land dispute with the boy’s father. The deceased have been identified as Darshan Singh, 75, and his wife, Surinder Kaur. Punjab Shocker: A man jumps into the canal with two minor children in Amritsar.

According to a report published in The gallery, the accused first attacked the victims with a baseball bat and then used an ax to kill them. The accused’s father had a land dispute with the victims. The boy’s father asked his parents to transfer the property to his name. The victims did not comply with his request. Punjab Shocker: Two young people stabbed to death for arguing over the matchbox in Mohali, arrested.

Due to the dispute, the accused’s grandparents began to live separately near Doraha in rented accommodation. According to the media report, the victims visited their son’s home on Friday. At the time of the incident, the accused’s sister was also present at the house. The boy locked them in a room and slaughtered them to death.

The victims died instantly. The accused himself called the police. A case has been registered against the boy. Recently, the deceased allegedly had an altercation with his son and even behaved badly with his daughter-in-law. The accused wanted to teach them a lesson. Police have opened an investigation into the case.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on October 30, 2021 at 9:35 p.m. IST. For more information and updates on Politics, World, Sports, Entertainment, and Lifestyle , connect to our website Latestly.com).

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