Maharashtra: Man Beaten To Death In Thane, Case Registered Against 3

A 49-year-old man was beaten to death in Thane district of Maharashtra by three men after a dispute between them. The injured man was shifted to a few hospitals for immediate care but it was too late to save his life.

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A case has been registered by the police against three people who allegedly beat up a 49-year-old man after they had a dispute with each other on Monday night. 

According to the report by PTI, the incident took place in the Vitthalwadi locality of Ulhasnagar around 1 am on Monday when the victim while walking accidentally pushed the accused. 

After that, the son of the victim said that the accused for angry and allegedly beat up his father severely. 

On Monday morning, the victim's son received a phone call from his father saying some people beat him up and he was in a hospital. 

The complainant then took his father to a government hospital in Ulhasnagar, but as the victim had breathing problems, he was rushed to a civic-run hospital in Kalwa area.  

As there was no oxygen bed available there, the victim was rushed to the KEM Hospital in neighbouring Mumbai where he vomitted and doctors later declared him dead, according to the FIR.

The victim's son subsequently filed a police complaint against the three accused. 

The police said an acquaintance of the deceased informed his son that he had seen the three accused beating up the victim severely.

Based on the complaint, the police early Tuesday morning registered a case against the three accused under Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (murder) and 34 (common intention), the official said.

No arrest was made so far, he said, adding a probe was on into the case.