New Delhi, September 6
Within 24 hours of a automobile being allegedly stolen from east Delhi, its proprietor acquired a challan from site visitors police for over rushing on NH-10 within the nationwide capital.
The car was parked close to a hospital in West Vinod Nagar on the night time of August 24 and was discovered lacking the following afternoon. A day later, the proprietor acquired a textual content from site visitors police asking him to pay a wonderful because the car was discovered breaching the pace restrict close to Mundka.
His spouse, a theatre artiste, stated she needed to park the automobile on the highway close to a hospital due to an emergency.
“Unfortunately, I parked the car on the road because there was a family emergency,” she stated. “I recall parking my vehicle around 9.45 pm and the next day, when I returned to check, it was not there. I then checked impound lots but couldn’t find it. I thought my vehicle was towed away but that was not the case either,” she stated, requesting anonymity.
She had stored a cell phone, driving licence, debit card, RC doc and voter-ID contained in the car, based on the FIR filed on-line on August 25. But in lower than 24 hours, her husband acquired the textual content message from site visitors police informing him in regards to the challan.
The message acquired round 11.21 am acknowledged, “The car was found over-speeding at NH-10 Rohtak Road, Bahadurgarh to Mundka on August 26,” elevating their hopes that police would now be capable of hint the car because it was very a lot plying on the roads of the nationwide capital.
The FIR, which was registered at Mandawali police station, was transferred to Madhu Vihar police station as the world from the place the automobile was stolen got here below it, a police officer stated.
“We collected details from the traffic challan but it was not of much help. The picture of the driver was not clear. An anti auto-theft squad team of the district is trying to trace the stolen vehicle. We are also trying to find out the gangs involved to get leads,” he added.
An officer investigating the case stated they checked the footage from a CCTV digicam on the alternative aspect of the highway the place the car was parked however didn’t discover any lead.
The proprietor stated, “The car was challaned for over-speeding but when we checked the photo captured by the camera, neither the registration number of the vehicle appeared clear nor could we identify the driver. But we are trying to trace the vehicle.”
In July, the husband of a Delhi courtroom choose acquired a site visitors challan for over rushing two months after their automobile was stolen from their west Delhi residence.
In the identical month, a resident of Hari Nagar in West Delhi acquired a site visitors challan greater than 20 days after his automobile was stolen close to Vivek Vihar police station in east Delhi. — PTI