Student beaten to death in Gurgaon


A student was beaten to death at a birthday party in Gurgaon over a dispute over dancing and playing songs, police said on Tuesday.

Police said that a birthday party was organised in Subhash Nagar area of Gurgaon on Monday. Rohit, a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) student and a resident of Krishna Colony, along with others, was at the party.

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Assistant commissioner of Police (ACP) Hawa Singh said that a brawl started over playing songs and dancing on the floor.

Singh said that a group of people wanted to dance to their own choice of songs and they asked Rohit to leave the dance floor.

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The argument eventually exacerbated and Rohit was beaten with hockey sticks and rods, police said.

He was rushed to a nearby hospital in an unconscious state but was declared brought dead by the doctors.

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Police have detained a few people, including some students, over the incident.


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