New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Wednesday arrested two women in connection of businessman murder in West Delhi’s Moti Nagar area.Both the arrested persons are wife and daughter of the main accused involved in the killing. Joint Commissioner of Police (western range) Madhup Tewari and Deputy Commissioner of Police ( West) Monika Bharadwaj visited the deceased’s family in Moti Nagar area and assured them about proper investigation and help in the case. DCP Monika Bharadwaj told Millennium Post that both the women were involved in a fight with the deceased’s family. In the statement to police, the victim in the case had told that both of them had beaten the deceased’s daughter. Investigation is underway to ascertain if the two women had helped the accused flee from the crime scene, the officer added. “We have also recorded deceased’s daughter statement in the case,” added DCP West. She further added the deceased’s son who was injured in the case is out of danger and receiving treatment at the hospital.” “Investigator further added that they have also taken the statement of the person who took the victim’s son to the hospital. A 51-year-old businessman was stabbed to death allegedly for objecting to lewd comments made by some boys on his daughter in West Delhi’s Moti Nagar area. Police identified earlier arrested two accused in the case and two minors were also apprehended. Sources said that they are verifying the age of the one of minor in the case. The family of the deceased met Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday. Security remained tight in the area Days after the incident the Delhi Police personnel were seen standing at the different corner of the street near the deceased’s house to make sure no untoward incident took place. Deceased’s brother told this newspaper that they do not want any political colour given to the incident. “People are coming but we are only to show condolence we don’t want any politics in this. We condemn such an act,” added the deceased’s brother. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday demanded strict action into the brutal killing of a businessman.