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Mohammed Ali (24) and friends lynch Laiq Ahmad (55) for asking to not use loud horn and drive bike safely: Bareilly, UP

In a shocking incident, a local trader was stoned to death for asking a young man not to use a loud hooter horn continuously in the neighbourhood, police said on Wednesday.

The accused, along with his friends, brutally attacked the trader, aged 55 years, in his house with bricks and stones and left him to die.

Laiq Ahmad suffered severe head injuries and succumbed in a private hospital.

The incident took place in Abbas Nagar locality under Bahedi police circle when Mohammed Ali (24) was riding his bike in the neighbourhood at a high speed, using a hooter horn.

Tired of the loud noise, Laiq stepped out of his house and requested Ali not to use the horn and asked him to drive carefully since children were playing in the vicinity.

Ali took it as an “insult” and returned two hours later with some unidentified men. He barged into Laiq’s house, pelted stones at him and then allegedly smashed his head with a brick.

Station house officer (SHO) Bahedi, Shravan Kumar, said on Wednesday, “We have detained the main accused Mohammad Ali and are waiting for a complaint from the victim’s family. He was using a hooter horn on his bike. Laiq’s body was sent for autopsy and handed over to the family.”

(The story has been published via a syndicated feed with a modified headline.)

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