Road safety expert Navdeep Asija said, “Incidents of road rage have become routine in the Tricity. We have studied almost 29 road rage cases alone in Punjab including Mohali and Chandigarh. It is a behavioural and sociological problem.
A day after a car was vandalised by some kanwarias after it brushed past one of them in Moti Nagar, Delhi Police on Wednesday released a statement claiming that the occupants of the vehicle had slapped one of them.
The victim, identified as Vinod Mehra, was shot in the chest on Bhalaswa flyover allegedly by occupants of a speeding car. Mehra was a Congress Seva Dal worker and stayed with his family in Delhi's Geeta Colony.
“Bunty and Gurdeep had been engaged in heated arguments following a road rage incident for more than half an hour. Bunty called his four friends, who attacked the victim with sharp-edged weapons. The two argued over likely collision between their vehicles near the Industrial Area," police said.
Constable Narveer was on duty on the Africa Avenue in south Delhi along with two other personnel on Wednesday morning when he tried to stop the sedan. Instead of slowing down, Tejbir Singh Grewal (43), a US citizen, sped away and nearly ran over the constable, police said.