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Monday, 12 October 2020

Carjack at gunpoint in Sonepat

Panipat, October 11

Miscreants looted two vehicles at gunpoint in Sonepat district on Saturday, the police have said. Cases have been registered.

Bijender of Sonepat’s Silana village was on his way to Haridwar in his car on Friday night. He stopped near Murthal Chowk on the NH-44 to ask for the directions from two youths.

The youths said they could accompany him to Haridwar as they claimed to be going in that direction.

When they reached the Nandnaur road, the youths put a pistol on Bijender’s temple and looted Rs 1,200 and some documents. They fled in the car after dumping Bijender on the road.

The other incident took place in Ganaur. On Saturday night, Majri village resident Surender, who has registered his car with Ola, picked two passengers from a dhaba in Murthal.

En route to Delhi, the passengers asked Surender to pick their friend from Jatheri village, which was off the route. As they reached near Jindal Law University, the passengers put a gun on Surender, threw him out of the car and fled.

The police said the two cases were under probe. — TNS

from The Tribune

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