New Delhi: A case of hit and run has come to light from Delhi. Here an SUV rider got into an argument with a group of bikers, then he hit a biker hard. The video of the incident, which took place near Arjangarh metro station, was captured in the camera of a member of the bikers group. Due to the collision of the SUV, the biker fell on the road and dragged for a long distance. However, his life was saved due to the biking gears. The bike rider who was hit is 20-year-old Shreyansh.
Anurag Iyer, a member of his own group, shared the video and tagged CM Arvind Kejriwal and demanded to catch the car driver. He also wrote that we do not vote and give tax for such accidents. The police have also asked the bike riders to give a written complaint. An FIR will be lodged at Fatehpur Beri police station.
This video of one minute 14 seconds viral in social media is being told of Sunday. In the video, the SUV rider is seen threatening the bikers, while the bikers are seen following the SUV by reducing the speed. When a biker pulled his bike ahead of the SUV, the person sitting in the SUV hit him from behind. After that he ran away.
Please help us , the Scorpio Car driver almost killed a few of our riders and threatened to kill us by crushing us under the car.
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This is not what we vote for or pay taxes for
no one was severely injured
Gears respect riders pic.twitter.com/rcZIZvP7q4
— ANURAG R IYER (@anuragiyer) June 5, 2022
The biker said, ‘I was returning from Gurugram to Delhi with my 8-10 friends when he came to us and started driving at high speed. He threatened and abused my friend. My friends slowed down, but I moved on. The man came fast, hit my bike and ran away.
Regarding this incident that happened near Arjangarh metro station in Delhi, the police say that a case is being registered and investigation is going on. However, till now the SUV rider has not been caught. The number of his car has been captured in the bikers’ camera. The Delhi Police has identified the vehicle and will take suo motu action in the matter.