Tribune News Service
Ambala, November 21
A man was allegedly robbed of his mobile and cash after he gave lift to a stranger in the Shahzadpur area of Ambala district on NH-344 on Friday.
The victim has been identified as Sushil Kumar, a resident of Saharanpur of Uttar Pradesh.
Sushil in his complaint stated that he owned a mobile repairing shop in Mohali and on Friday evening he was on his way back home in his car.At around 5:30 pm when he reached near Kadasan village bus stop, two youth who were wearing khaki-coloured pants and black jacket asked for a lift. One of them sat in the car and after travelling about 1 km, he said he had forgotten his arms with the other person and asked Sushil to park the car alongside the road.
“Meanwhile, the second man reached the spot. The person sitting in the car attacked me with a knife and I received an injury on my hand. They snatched my mobile and Rs 13,800 cash from me and fled on a motorcycle”, he added.
A case was registered against two unidentified miscreants under Section 34 and 379-B of the IPC at the Shahzadpur police station on Friday.
The SHO, Shahzadpur, Chander Bhan, said, “The recordings of nearby CCTV cameras are being examined. Sushil is out of danger and was discharged from the hospital.”
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