Bouncer thrashed to death over parking near Saket Metro station; moderate rainfall expected today

Delhi News, Latest Delhi News The body said that if CBRI recommends a structural audit, Supertech will have to do so by a reputable consultant immediately. (a file)

The Noida authority said on Tuesday that an expert opinion will be taken from the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) to assess the need for a structural audit of the neighboring buildings in light of the demolition of the high-tech towers in Noida sector 93a.

The authority said the demolition will take place on August 21 at 2:30 p.m.

Residents of Emerald Court, ATS Village and others have called for a structural audit of their buildings to ensure there is no damage to their homes from the demolition.

A 32-year-old man was shot to death, allegedly by a group of five to six men, after an altercation over a parking space near Saket metro station in South Delhi. Police further said that one of the accused was arrested while others escaped.

Deceased, Rohit Kashyap, who earlier worked as a bouncer in a club and Personal Security Officer (PSO) for a few years, recently ran a food cart in Saket. His family said he is the sole breadwinner and has been working since he lost his father.

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