Three vehicles set afire at Mani Majra

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, October 15

Three vehicles, owned by a resident of New Indira Colony, Mani Majra, were set on fire by an unknown person during the wee hours of today. Earlier, three cars were burnt at Mauli Jagran and Ram Darbar on the intervening night of October 3 and 4.

Sohail reported that his Tata Safari, Tata Ace and Nano were parked outside the house in the colony. At 4.14 am, his neighbour noticed the vehicles on fire. The neighbour informed Sohail and his family.

Recent incidents

  • Three cars were burnt at Mauli Jagran and Ram Darbar on the intervening night of October 3 and 4.
  • A group of 50 miscreants went on the rampage and vandalised around 30 vehicles parked on streets at Mauli Complex in Mauli Jagran following an argument between a local resident and a meat shop owner on October 2

The Fire Department was informed following which fire engines were rushed to the spot and the flames doused.

“There are no CCTV cameras near the spot where the vehicles were parked. However, there are cameras on the lane leading towards the spot. We will scrutinise the footage,” Sohail said.

The police were informed. An investigation has been initiated into the matter at the IT Park police station.

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