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Lalu Yadav's Son-in-law's Car Stolen in Gurgaon

Published: 03rd February 2016 10:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd February 2016 10:54 PM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: Around two men stole the car belonging to RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav's son-in-law Vineet Yadav at gunpoint. The robbery was reported near Sikanderpur metro station on Wednesday evening.

According to the police at the time of the incident the driver Raj Kumar was waiting in the white Fortuner (DL14 CC 1343) in service lane near the metro station. Two men showed up and asked the driver to get off the vehicle, when he resisted they pointed a gun at him. After some tussle the assailants took the car. Yadav married Lalu's fifth daughter, Hema in March 2012, both live in Delhi.  

On Wednesday afternoon, Yadav was in Gurgaon for personal work and reached Sikanderpur at around 2:30pm in a white Fortuner (DL14 CC 1343). He got off the SUV and his driver parked the vehicle in a service lane near the metro station.

At around 4 pm, two men arrived and forced the driver out of the vehicle. They slapped him and threatened him with a pistol. The robbers then snatched SUV keys from him and sped away with the stolen vehicle. The police have registered a case under Section 392 (robbery) IPC.

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