Road rage: Four held for assaulting man in Delhi
Four motorcyclists were arrested for allegedly assaulting a man after stopping his car in west Delhi’s Nangloi, a video of which was recorded by the dash camera of the victim’s vehicle, police said on Wednesday. The four accused, who do not have any previous criminal record, were identified from the video. The incident, a case of road rage, took place on Sunday night near Nangloi metro station, they said.
On Monday, Praveen Jangra shared a video on Twitter, saying, “Some miscreants stopped me in the middle of the road and beat me up. All this happened at Nangloi railway/metro station. This type of hooliganism has become common in the capital of the country. @DelhiPolice should look into the matter and take strict action against these goons.”
The video showed four people on three motorcycles stopping the car under the metro station building. They park their motorcycles right in front of Jangra’s car in the middle of the road.
Some passersby also stop briefly to see the altercation. The accused can be heard abusing Jangra and asking him to step out of the car. Jangra can be heard saying “I committed a mistake, I am sorry”. The accused then leave on their motorcycles.