Delhi Government Offers Job To Wife Of Murdered Dentist Pankaj Narang

Delhi Government Offers Job To Wife Of Murdered Dentist Pankaj Narang

40-year-old Pankaj Narang was beaten to death by a group of around 12 persons following a dispute in west Delhi's Vikaspuri area. (File photo)

New Delhi: Delhi government has offered a job to Upma Narang, wife of dentist Pankaj Narang who was brutally beaten to death by a group of people in west Delhi's Vikaspuri, in a dental hospital as a surgeon.

Mrs Upma has been appointed as a Assistant Civil Surgeon in Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Health Minister Satyendra Jain said.

Dr Narang was dragged out of his Vikaspuri house on the night of March 23 and beaten to death with bats, iron rods and hockey sticks by a group of 12 people.

The incident took place when Dr Narang was playing cricket with his eight-year-old son and a nephew in a small space outside his house.

The ball flew into the road following which his son ran after it.

Dr Narang saw two youths on a bike approaching them and indulging in rash driving. Later an argument broke out between Dr Narang and the riders in which he slapped a biker. The duo came back with a group at night and assaulted him leading to his death.