Paytm CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma was arrested by the Delhi Police for allegedly ramming right into a senior police official`s automotive in February and later was launched on bail, a senior official confirmed the incident on Sunday.
Delhi Police Spokesperson Suman Nalwa instructed IANS that the incident befell on February 22 in south Delhi’s Malviya Nagar space.
“The accused rammed the car of south Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Benita Mary Jaiker. However, the DCP was not present inside the car at the time of the incident,” the official mentioned.
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In accordance with the official, the accident occurred exterior Mom Worldwide Faculty, Sri Aurobindo Marg on February 22 when DCP’s driver had taken out the automotive for refueling. None was injured within the accident and DCP’s driver Constable Dipak Kumar instantly famous down the variety of the alleged Land Rover that hit his automotive and knowledgeable DCP Jaiker in regards to the incident, who requested him to file a grievance.
The accused driver of the Land Rover had fled the spot after the accident. Within the FIR, Constable Kumar alleged that he had gone to re-fuel his automotive and round 8 a.m. on that day when he reached exterior the Mom Worldwide Faculty`s Gate No 3, there was a heavy site visitors jam as mother and father had come to drop their kids to the varsity. Seeing the site visitors jam, Constable Dipak slowed down and it was at the moment when the rushing Land Rover hit his car from behind.
Accordingly, the police registered an FIR beneath part 279 (Rash driving or driving on a public method) of the Indian Penal Code on the Malviya Nagar Police station.”
On investigation, the offending vehicle was identified and its driver Vijay Shekhar Sharma was arrested after identification on February 22 and released on bail on the same day,” PRO Nalwa mentioned.
Each the automobiles DL 1 CU 9321 (DCP Jaiker’s automotive) and offending car HR 98 C 0197 have been impounded and mechanically inspected. Investigation within the case remains to be in progress, the official added.