Man hurts 3 after water tanker dispute, arrested
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Shivaji Nagar police said Rashid Ansari got into an altercation with Ghulam Aalbi and attacked him, his brother and father
A Govandi resident was arrested on Sunday for allegedly injuring three neighbours after an argument over parking of a water tanker outside his shop.
Shivaji Nagar Police said Rashid Ansari (29), who owns a general store in Bainganwadi, allegedly got into an altercation with Ghulam Aalbi (33) around 7 pm on Saturday.
"This being the month of Muharram, Ghulam had organised a takreer (sermon). The stage for the programme had been set next to Ansari shop. A water tanker was parked near the stage for convenience of participants and attendees, making access difficult for customers of Ansari. The shop-keeper objected and an argument erupted," said Radheshyam Agarwal, senior inspector.
In the heat of the argument, Ansari allegedly attacked Ghulam, his brother Mohammed and father Vaz-ul Aalbi with a dagger.
Vaz-ul and Mohammed sustained injuries to their heads and faces and were rushed to Sion Hospital.