The incident of road rage has come to the fore in the national capital Delhi. Video of CCTV camera is going viral in social media.
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The incident of road rage has come to the fore in the national capital Delhi. Video of CCTV camera is going viral in social media. How in Delhi, people get bent on killing each other in a fight over scooty touch with a minor bike. It can be clearly seen in the CCTV footage. In the video, a man with a rod in his hand is brutally beating a boy riding a bike named Aniket in a black T-shirt. Two more companions of the man with a rod in his hand are also beating the victim boy badly. While his other partner is also being beaten up, the whole incident has been captured in CCTV. However, in the CCTV, a woman is definitely seen defending her.
Delhi Police is also being accused of negligence in this incident. The victim’s family says that their son has been murdered. During the assault, the victim suffered a severe head injury. It is alleged that the Delhi Police buried the matter by registering an FIR under the section of minor assault. The incident is being told on June 18 at 5 pm. Let us tell you that the cases of road rage in the country’s capital Delhi are increasing rapidly. Alam is that even after the strictness of the police administration, such incidents are not taking the name of stopping.
Earlier in March, two people were chased and killed by assailants in a road rage incident in Delhi’s Paschim Vihar. After a minor confrontation with the bike, two bike-borne assailants chased and stabbed Rohit Agarwal (23) and Ghanshyam (20) near Udyog Vihar metro station. Both the victims were taken to Sanjay Gandhi Hospital, where they were declared brought dead. According to the police, Rohit Agarwal was a resident of Shivram Park area and used to work in his father’s utensils shop in Nangloi.” “The other victim Ghanshyam was a resident of Begusarai in Bihar. He used to work in Haryana Dairy in Shivram Park.”
First Published : 27 Jun 2021, 08:51:31 PM