The driver gave lift for money, two people stole the car by adding chilli powder – News X

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The driver gave lift for money, two people stole the car by adding chilli powder
– News X

Cab Crime: Two people have been arrested by the Noida Police for allegedly robbing an SUV on the pretext of taking a lift in Delhi and then overpowering the driver by using chilli powder. Officials gave this information on Monday. An official said that a Tata Harrier car belonging to a resident of Noida Sector-93, who works in Delhi, was being driven by a driver, who offered a ride to four strangers in exchange for money. Citing the FIR, the officer said that the strangers sat in the car in Noida and went to Delhi.

There he rubbed chili powder on the eyes of the driver. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central Noida) Saad Miyan Khan said that two accused have been arrested and the car has also been recovered.

Accused arrested

Saad Mian Khan said that zero FIR was registered in this matter which happened in Delhi on 23 September. The case was later registered at the Noida Sector 20 police station. Moreover, the officials of Phase 2 police station were informed about the suspects being in their area and they were nabbed on Sunday." He further informed that two suspects Roshan Mishra and Anil Kumar have been arrested while two more of their accomplices are yet to be caught.

Case registered under these sections

According to the police, a normal First Information Report (FIR) should be lodged in the police station in whose jurisdiction the offense is committed but "zero fir" In case of FIRs, the complaint can be filed in any police station, irrespective of the area of ​​jurisdiction and subsequently it is transferred to the appropriate police station for action. Police said the accused have been booked under sections 393 (dacoity), 411 (dishonestly receiving property) and 34 (offence committed by several persons with common intention) of the Indian Penal Code.

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