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Hit and run: Car driver carries cyclist’s body on vehicle roof for 10 km in Mohali; arrested

The Mohali police have nabbed a car driver who after hitting a cyclist kept on driving the vehicle with the victim’s body on the rooftop for about 10 km in the city and later dumped the body near Sunny Enclave.

The accused has been identified as Nirmal Singh, a resident of Khamano in Fatehgarh Sahib district.

The victim has been identified as Yogender Mandal (35), a resident of Aero City in the city. He was declared brought dead at civil hospital.

According to police, the incident occurred when a rashly-driven car coming from the Zirakpur side on Airport road hit a cyclist coming from the opposite direction. Such was the impact that the victim landed on the car’s rooftop and the driver instead of stopping the vehicle kept on driving for 10 km.

Later, the car driver dumped the body near showrooms near Sunny Enclave and sped away. A passerby informed the police about the incident.

Source: The Tribune


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