New Delhi, 8th Oct 2017: Yesterday around 7.00 pm poisonous mobile-oil was poured on Pajero Sports car No. DL3CAA-0006 of Delhi BJP Ex-MLA Vijay Jolly in a attempt to rob & loot him. This incident took place near Baba Ram Dev Mandir in Tigri & under Ambedkar Nagar police station in South Delhi.
Miscreants poured mobile-oil on the radiator of Mr. Jolly’s car while he was busy on his mobile phone in side. The AC was on. The driver had gone to locate Maharaja Agrasen Pooja Sthal venue onAgrasen Park M.B. road at Khanpur where Mr. Jolly was a special invitee. Suddenly Mr. Jolly found his throat choking with poisonous gas inside his car. He was about to faint. But suddenly mustered courage to sneak out of his sports utility vehicle with bottle of bisleri water in hand. He thereupon poured water on his head & face to get normal.
Suddenly Mr. Jolly’s driver came rushing, locked the car with remote automatic key & inquired Jolly’s welfare. He narrated that two youth on motorcycle passed by saying “mobile-oil is leaking from your car”. Probably they wanted to get away with personal stuff lying on the back seat of the car. But sudden appearance of driver averted a major loot & robbery.
Jolly lodged a police complaint with Ambedkar Nagar police station. The street lights on main M.B. road were found off. And the CCTV cameras were found dead.
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