Road Rage Man dragged for 5 km on car bonnet in Faridabad


first_imgFaridabad: A manager of a private school in Faridabad, Shivam Chaudhury was driving on Wednesday morning through the Indian Oil Research Centre around Sector-9 to fetch his wife who is also a working woman. What followed in the moments to come not only shook Shivam Chadhury but also the nearby residents of the city who witnessed brazen violation of laws and murderous rage.Travelling in the Honda City car, Shivam’s vehicle was hit by a Maruti Dzire from behind. This led to a scuffle between Chaudhury and persons in the vehicle that was estimated to be six in number. Furious over the entire incident the vehciles then followed Shivam and tried to hurt him by trying to run over their car over him. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderIn the process to save himself, the victim jumped over the bonnet of the car and then he was driven five kilometers in the broad daylight. The misery of the victim did not end there, the culprits after stopping at Sector -14 area started to beat Shivam black and blue. The screams by the victim led to the passersby coming to the rescue. Realizing that they will soon be caught the people fled from the spot. Meanwhile, the Faridabad police have booked the case under Section 304 (culpable homicide) of the IPC. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsThis is not for the first time when incidents of road rage have been witnessed in South Haryana districts of Gururgam and Faridabad. In Gurugram the commuters have been brazen enough of even targetting the cops in effect not only injuring them but also in one instance murdering them. There have been incidents in the past when the cops have even lost their lives due to the reckless and careless approach adopted by the drivers. Many drunken drivers and rash drivers who have been penalized for their unlawful act have also got in a scuffle with the law enforcement personnel. Not only deaths but various police officials have also sustained severe injuries due to rash driving. To tackle such incidents a number of meetings have been held. It was decided among the officials that though tough action against the culprits will continue, the police on their part will try to be composed and be calm in order to tackle with angry commuters. Certain commuters also allege that there is growing anger against the police as they feel that often they are often being harassed on the pretext of being checked.last_img read more