The Chief Minister assured the victim's family of all possible help by the government and has asked Environment Minister Asim Ahmed Khan to submit a report on how the family can be helped.

Khan is also the local MLA of the area where Shahnawaz was allegedly beaten to death by a group of men. The meeting was also attended by Home Minister Jitender Singh Tomar.

Kejriwal also directed to ensure good education is given to the victim's two children, who are eyewitnesses in the case, and financial security to the family.

During the meeting, victim's mother Noor Jahan told the Chief Minister that Shahnawaz always wished that you (Kejriwal) get relief from cough. And never expected to meet you (Kejriwal) in a situation like this, said an officer present during the meeting.

However, the family refused to demand any financial help or a government job. "We have lost our son. We are not here (Delhi Secretariat) to seek any compensation or a government job.

We want justice for our son and speedy trial," victim's father Mohd Salauddin said.

Shahnawaz was beaten to death on Sunday in a road rage incident near Turkman Gate. All the five accused in the case have been arrested by the Delhi Police.

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