Mumbai man stops couple from kissing in public. What happened next will shock you!

The incident occurred near a renowned college in central Mumbai.

In a shocking incident, a 27-year-old man was stabbed with a broken piece of glass after he objected to a couple kissing in public in Parel, central Mumbai. After the attack, the man was left severely injured and was rushed to a local hospital, where he is reportedly recovering well.

According to a PTI report, the incident occurred near a renowned college in the area when the victim, Ganesh Sahane was passing by a couple kissing alongside the road and objected to their act.

The Mumbai Police have reportedly said that the accused, identified as Monty, thrashed Sahane with the help of five of his friends and in the brawl also stabbed him with a broken piece of a glass bottle.

Police took the victim to a civic-run hospital where he is currently in a better condition. Police managed to catch hold of one of the five persons who were involved in attacking Sahane, an official said.

A case was registered by the police and probe is on.

Meanwhile, a 50-year-old man was stabbed to death by four unidentified men near Tilak Bhavan at Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg at Dadar(West) on Tuesday. Narendra alias Nandu Ganpat Solanki (50) was stabbed repeatedly with a knife in his stomach with a sharp knife.

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Earlier in April this year, a girl was stabbed to death by a 22-year-old man on a busy road in Mumbai. The accused had slit the girl’s throat with a sharp object.

The girl had been identified as Ayesha Sheikh, while the accused was identified as Sambhaji More. The police had found that one-sided love affair was the motive behind the murder.

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The accused Sambhaji had expressed his feelings and had approached her, however, the girl rejected his proposal, following which she was murdered in broad daylight.

–With agency inputs

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