WATCH: Delhi Man Vandalises Shops, Threatens People With Huge Knife As They Flee

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In a shocking video, a Delhi man can be seen vandalising shops in public in the Welcome area of the National Capital. The incident took place on July 2, when a man, with a knife in his hand, can be seen causing damage to food stalls and threatening owners of the shops. 

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

In a shocking video, a Delhi man can be seen vandalising shops in public in the Welcome area of the National Capital. The incident took place on July 2, when a man, who appear to be in an inebriated condition, with a knife in his hand, can be seen causing damage to food stalls and threatening owners of the shops. 

In the video, posted by news agency ANI, the man can be seen threatening and attacking the onlookers in the inebriated condition, while falling on the ground here and there. 

ANI has further reported that a case has been registered under the Arms Act and one Maroof has been apprehended by the police. Meanwhile, seach is on for another accused named Salman in the matter. 

Meanwhile, an inquiry in the shocking incident has been ordered by the senior police officer of the area. Watch the video below:

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In another incident, a video went viral on social media showing a group of at least 15 youth waving pistols and guns in the air and opening fire in a wedding event hall in Delhi's Shahdara area. In an ugly display of arrogance and VVIP culture, the youths were seen dancing on the floor with the guns and even firing them.  

A case was lodged by the Delhi police in the matter after which all the men in the video were identified.

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