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Bizman held captive in his car; robbed of cash

NEW DELHI: A businessman was once held captive within his automotive at gunpoint in west Delhi's Punjabi Bagh during the early on Saturday. The armed males took all of the cash, jewellery and debit cards prior to throwing the sufferer, Amit Kumar, off the automobile and driving away with it.
Police stated the incident came about close to Punjabi Bagh underpass and a case of theft, abduction and beneath Arms Act has been registered.

Kumar (37), who lives in Rohini's Sector eight and runs his own industry, informed the law enforcement officials that he was once returning house at the hours of darkness after attending a pal's marriage ceremony in Karol Bagh. At 12.40am when he was once crossing the Punjabi Bagh underpass, a small pickup truck hit his Tata Tigor from the side.

Kumar claimed that he stopped his automotive to evaluate the damage when the truck driving force got here and pulled out a gun at him and then slapped him. By that time, two more males got here out of the truck, held him, and shoved him throughout the automotive's back seat. They then blindfolded him and switched off his cell phone to make sure he does not contact somebody, police stated.

The males then took off with the automobile and the truck trailed at the back of. The accused snatched Kumar's gold chain and nearly Rs 10,000 cash. After driving him around for 30 mins on Ring Road, they threw him out of the automobile. Kumar later took help of some passersby and contacted his circle of relatives who got here and picked him up. He then made a PCR name and filed his criticism, following which a case was once registered.

The police groups are scanning the CCTV photos from the realm to determine the exact series of occasions and are chalking out the path the automobile took. The law enforcement officials have also put Kumar's telephone on technical surveillance to determine the robbers' present location.

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