16-Year-Old Boy Kills Little Brother In Fight Over Game On Phone: Cops

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Publish Date : 2022-05-26 00:00:00


16-Year-Old Boy Kills Little Brother In Fight Over Game On Phone: Cops

Ahmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READ

Ahmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger brother by attacking him with a stone and later throwing him into a well following a fight between them over sharing a mobile phone to play an online game in Gujarat's Kheda district, police said on Thursday. The incident took place at Goblej village on Monday and the minor accused was detained on Wednesday, sub-inspector S P Prajapati of Kheda town police said. As per the preliminary probe, the family hailed from Banswara district of neighbouring Rajasthan and had come to Goblej to work as farm labourers at an agricultural field on the outskirts of the village, he said. "On May 23, when the boys were playing a game on a mobile phone by taking turns, the accused fought with his 11-year-old brother, who refused to give him the device when it was his turn to play. In a fit of rage, the teen hit his younger brother's head with a large stone," Prajapati said. After he fell unconscious, the teen tied the stone to the victim using a wire and threw him into a nearby well when there was nobody else, he said. ALSO READAhmedabad: A 16-year-old boy allegedly killed his younger



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