Man electrocuted to death in southeast Delhi's Tughlakabad Extension

A 42-year-old man was electrocuted to death when he touched a water motor to repair it at his house in southeast Delhi's Tughlakabad Extension.

PTI August 16, 2017 10:50:18 IST
Man electrocuted to death in southeast Delhi's Tughlakabad Extension

New Delhi: A 42-year-old man was electrocuted to death when he touched a water motor to repair it at his house in southeast Delhi's Tughlakabad Extension, the police said on Tuesday.

Man electrocuted to death in southeast Delhis Tughlakabad Extension

Representational image. Reuters

Amrit Pal Singh was killed on Monday evening as soon as he touched the motor, they said.

He was rushed by his neighbours and the plumber who was accompanying him to a hospital where he was declared brought dead by doctors, the police said.

The matter is being investigated, they said.

Singh is survived by his wife and children.

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