‘Murder, road rage cases in city disturbing’
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila
Dikshit on Friday termed as disturbing the recent cases of murder and road rage but refused to blame the police saying they are doing their best to improve security in the city.
"These kind of incidents are extremely disturbing..Police
is trying its best but these incidents sadly happen and we all
feel extremely upset," Dikshit said.
She was replying to a question on alleged kidnapping and
murder of a college student in Rohini and death of a
32-year-old autodriver in an incident of road rage in Vijay
Vihar area of the city.
"Police is active. We have huge amount of police in
Delhi. I do not want to blame anyone for the incidents," said
Apparently to settle scores over an altercation they both
had over a girl, Rudarvesh Tanwar had allegedly abducted his
friend Aashish with help from three associates on the pretext
of taking him to a birthday party and murdered him after
Police have already arrested Tanwar and his friends
Sachin Kadyan, Manesh Kumar and Dhruvesh Goswami.
Autodriver Rajesh Kumar became a victim of road rage in
when four men on a car allegedly beat him to death after a
collission with their car early this morning, police said.
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