Nigerians clash with swords, knives in Delhi hospital; staff hide in toilet

CCTV Footage of the armed attack. Source: IndiaToday.in

NEW DELHI:  A clash between two Nigerians gangs in a nursing home in Saket turned violent following which the hospital staff had to hide in the washroms to save themselves. The incident took place in Saket’s Neelu Angel Nursing Home on Saturday morning.

According to the hospital staff, three Nigerian men arrived at the hospital at around 4 AM, the men were badly wounded. Around a dozen other Nigerian men waited outside the hospital.

Meanwhile, another Nigerian man arrived in an auto. As the men waiting outside spotted the man getting down from the autorickshaw, they followed him inside the hospital premises and attacked him.

These men entered the hospital premises with swords and knives and started attacking members of the other gang. The security guard of the hospital tried to stop them, but he too was beaten up.

The staff locked the gates of the hospital premises after violence broke out. The staff on the ground floor took shelter inside the washrooms to protect themselves.

The men fled the scene as the police arrived.

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