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In a broad daylight robbery, two men stole a car belonging to RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s son-in-law Vineet Yadav at gunpoint.
Police said the incident took place at 4 pm Wednesday. Vineet’s driver had parked the Fortuner in a service lane near Sikanderpur Metro station while Vineet left for some work. At about 4 pm, two men forced the driver out of the vehicle.
“They slapped him and threatened him with a pistol. They then snatched the car keys from him and fled,” said a police officer.