'Drunk' Friends Run Over Delhi Man With Car, Thrice. He Survives

The incident took place on Tuesday when four men were drinking alcohol in a car in Burari area in outer Delhi.

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'Drunk' Friends Run Over Delhi Man With Car, Thrice. He Survives

A video of the man, writhing in pain, was shot by people who found him on road and informed police.


New Delhi:  A man from north Delhi was allegedly beaten up by his three friends and later run over by their car at least thrice before he was taken to the hospital by passersby who captured the incident on their cellphones and informed the police, police said. The man survived the assault, but suffered multiple fractures. He is undergoing treatment at the hospital.  His three friends have been arrested. 

A video of the man lying, writhing in pain, was shot by people who found him on road and informed police. 

A group of four was consuming alcohol in a car in outer Delhi's Burari area on Tuesday. According to the police, the trio refused to pay the victim, identified as Arvind Kumar, for the liquor. Soon, an argument broke out leading to one of them smashing a beer bottle on the Arvind's head. When he fell unconscious, the others ran their Maruti Eeco car over him thrice.

"The accused had planned to kill Kumar. They took him to a ground near the transport authority officer in Burari where they all consumed alcohol," Deputy Commissioner of Police Aslam Khan told news agency  IANS.

After the brutal attack, the gang fled the area when they saw locals approaching.

Passers-by rushed to help the man, who was lying in a pool of blood. He was rushed to a trauma center in north Delhi's Mukherjee Nagar.

"Arvind Kumar suffered multiple fractures and internal injuries in his body. He has been admitted to hospital where he is battling for life in ICU of ISBT trauma center," IANS quoted a senior police officer.


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