Police have booked seven people for allegedly ripping off Rs 2 lakh and beating the manager of a car shop in Gurugram.
Seven people have been arrested for allegedly ripping off Rs 2 lakh and beating a shop manager in Gurugram (Picture: Representational)
Gurugram Police have filed an FIR and booked seven people for allegedly beating the manager of a Maruti Nexa store at Sushant Lok Phase 1 and snatching Rs 2 lakh from him. The incident happened on December 8 as the store manager was returning home and a group of men intercepted him near Tulip Chowk in Fazilpur village.
The disbelievers allegedly attacked Abhishek with a hammer and beat him on the head until he passed out, the Hindustan Times (HT) reported.
The victim told police that he was on his way home after collecting a sum of Rs 2 lakh from someone in Sector 71 on December 8 at around 7 p.m. when seven men arrested and beat him. Two men have been identified as Vishvas alias Vishu and Hitesh alias Tillu, according to the report.
The accused also allegedly snatched Rs 2 lakh and a mobile phone from Abhishek and left him to bleed. According to the report, the men fled the scene when they saw bystanders coming to rescue the victim.
Passers-by took Abhishek to Sector 10 Civil Hospital and also informed the police about the incident. The victim was in no condition to press charges when the team from Badshahpur police station arrived at the hospital.
After the victim was discharged from the hospital, a case was registered at Badshahpur police station under the relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). No arrests have been made in this case so far.
According to HT, the Station Officer (SHO) of Badshahpur Police Station reportedly said that police teams had been formed to arrest the fleeing suspects. Police are also checking CCTV cameras to catch the accused and investigate the case from all possible angles.
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