Youth Killed A Delivery Agent After He Couldn’t Pay For The iPhone !!
Written by Dhiwaharan Published on Feb 20, 2023 | 14:06 PM IST | 200
Youth killed a delivery agent after being unable to pay the amount that is required to pay for an iPhone that he ordered. The brutal murder of a Flipkart delivery executive in the Hassan district of Karnataka has sent shockwaves across the country. According to the police, the accused, Hemanth Dutt, 20, had ordered a second-hand iPhone 14 from Flipkart, which cost Rs 46,000. When the delivery executive, Hemanth Naik, arrived at Dutt’s residence in Laxmipura in Arasikere, Dutt asked him to open the delivery box so he could check the iPhone before paying for it.
When Naik refused, Dutt asked him to wait inside his house as his friends would arrive soon with the money. It was at this point that Dutt attacked Naik, stabbing him multiple times, and killing him on the spot. After committing the heinous act, Dutt kept Naik’s body in a gunny bag at his residence for three days before burning it.
The incident has raised questions about the safety of delivery executives and the accountability of e-commerce platforms. The delivery executive, Naik, was just doing his job and had no idea what was in store for him. His death has left his family and friends in shock and grief.
According to reports, Flipkart has stated that they will provide all necessary assistance to the authorities in the investigation. The e-commerce platform has also expressed its condolences to the family of the victim and has promised to take steps to ensure the safety of its delivery executives.
The incident has once again brought to light the safety concerns faced by delivery executives, who often have to work long hours in unsafe conditions. There have been numerous reports of delivery executives being attacked, robbed, or even killed while on duty. The lack of security measures and the absence of adequate safeguards have made their jobs even more challenging and risky.
In the wake of this incident, several delivery executives have taken to social media to express their concerns and demand better safety measures. Many have called for stricter background checks for customers and more robust safety protocols for delivery executives.
The incident has also sparked a debate on the responsibility of e-commerce platforms in ensuring the safety of their employees. While some argue that it is the responsibility of the e-commerce platform to provide a safe working environment for its employees, others believe that the responsibility lies with the government to provide adequate security measures.
The police have arrested the accused, Hemanth Dutt, and further investigations are underway. The incident has once again highlighted the need for stricter laws and more stringent punishment for those who commit such crimes.
#Watch | #Karnataka man who had ordered an #iPhone from #Flipkart allegedly carries the dead body of delivery person, which he kept at his house for 4 days, after killing him as he was unable to pay for phone#Bengaluru #Bangalore #Karnataka
— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) February 20, 2023
To everyone’s shock, the brutal murder of a Flipkart delivery executive in Karnataka has sent shockwaves across the country. The incident has raised questions about the safety of delivery executives and the accountability of e-commerce platforms. The safety concerns of delivery executives need to be addressed urgently, and steps need to be taken to ensure that such incidents do not occur in the future. It is the responsibility of both the e-commerce platforms and the government to ensure the safety of delivery executives and take necessary steps to prevent such heinous crimes.
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