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A 50-year-old cyclist was killed after a BMW accident car with The “VIP number plate” bumps into him on Mahipalpur flyover

A 50-year- An old cyclist died after a BMW vehicle with His bike’s ‘VIP number plate’ crashed into the Mahipalpur Bridge in southwest Delhi on Sunday morning. Police arrested car driver.

The deceased, Subhindu Banerjee, was a businessman from Gurgaon and an avid cyclist. He was riding alone when he was car hit him from behind. The police said he was wearing a helmet on He will move around every day.

Visuals from the place show The car He holds a Delhi Kant painting poster. However, the police said the owner of The car Not a member of The board But a businessman from West Delhi.

According to the police, they have received PCR call From Vasant Kunj around 6-7 am. The staff went to the flyover and found nope the car And the lying cycle is damaged on a corner of The Road. The car’s windshield was shattered while the course was completely damaged.

Manoj C, DCP (South West), said, “Upon enquiry, it was found The car’s tire exploded. The driver can not control vehicle And the hit bicyclist. He took the cyclist to the hospital, but the doctors declared him dead on arrival. “

A case has been registered against The driversomphire (31), who Booked under Sections of Driving and rash death by negligence. “The offender car It was captured and driver Arrested. The owner of the BMW has been identified as Sunil Chander (40), a resident of Punjabi Bagh who runs a mobile shop. The investigation is at a preliminary stage. A mechanical examination will be performed on The carDCP said.

Police said that Somphere had allegedly left his owner off He was dating to Punjabi Bagh when he was hit the victim. Sunil said he bought it car second- by hand and keep the label. We will take the necessary legal action and more clips will be added in FIR after document verification. Sunil also He denied being inside car in time of the incident. We’re checking it out.” added DCP.

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