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Maruti employee robbed of car,valuables by 4 men in Dwarka

The Maruti employee,was going to his office,located on Palam-Gurgaon Road,for his night shift.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 24, 2013 12:39:07 am

An employee of Maruti Suzuki India Limited was allegedly waylaid by four unidentified assailants,who fled with his car and valuables in Southwest Delhi’s Dwarka area on Sunday night.

The incident was reported around 10.50 pm on Sunday,when Randhir Singh,the Maruti employee,was going to his office,located on Palam-Gurgaon Road,for his night shift.

Police said Singh had reached the traffic signal in Dwarka Sector-21,when two armed assailants surrounded his car from either side. Singh had reportedly left the windows on both the driver’s seat and the passenger seat rolled down.

Police said the assailants pointed pistols at his chest from either side. They directed him to turn off the ignition and unlock the car. Police said Singh did as he was asked,scared that the assailants would fire.

As soon as he turned off the ignition,the assailants barged into the car from the back doors and pulled him to the rear passenger seat.

The assailants on the rear passengers seats took away his mobile phone and wallet,which contained Rs 2,100.

Singh told police that the assailants drove the car to the Dwarka-Bamdoli Road.

On the way,Singh reportedly heard one of the assailants telling the other to shoot him.

He told police that the second man said they should just throw him out as they had robbed him.

They spotted a police barricade on the road,and threw Singh out,turned the car around and sped away.

Singh,who did not have a mobile phone to make a PCR call,first approached a farmhouse in the area,but no one answered the door. He managed to flag down a truck and used the driver’s phone to make a PCR call at 11.35 pm.

A case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been registered at the Dwarka Sector-23 police station.

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