Uber Driver Shot Dead by two Teen Passengers in Delhi

A shocking Incident took place in the National capital on Wednesday evening when an Uber driver was shot dead by a two teen Passenger after an altercation. The police and police have apprehended the passengers have registered a case of murder against them.

Uber Driver Shot Dead by two Teen Passengers in DelhiIn the past, there were many complaints from passengers over assault cases, but this time the barbaric act was done by the passengers. Uber is one of the most popular app-based cab services in India. A case of murder has been registered against the accused, and the further process is underway, said police.

According to the sources, the accused has an argument with the driver two days earlier after which they planned the murder. The driver has been identified as Kuldeep. Police identified both the teens through the ride booking data.

According to the reports, the accused booked a cab near the Najafgarh area in New Delhi. Driver and passengers had an argument over a name (what was the argument about yet not revealed) over the journey. After the case passenger took out the gun then allegedly fired on the driver. The driver later brought to the hospital where doctors declared him dead. Both the accused are suspected to be juvenile. However, the age has yet not been verified.

The incident happened on Wednesday evening. It’s a first of its kind where passengers have shot an Uber cab driver dead. Earlier events were about the Uber taxi drivers attacking passengers. Both the boys are from Najafgarh, South-West, and Delhi.

A similar ‘Teen Crime’ incident took place Four days earlier, 32-year old marketing executive Siddharth Sharma was trying to cross the road but got hit by the over-speeding teen-driven Mercedes Car. His seven other friends accompanied the accused. Soon he was taken to the hospital, but later he was declared dead.

Teen crimes are growing day by day in the city, and due to the ‘easy law’ against the minors, they never get penalized. There is no fear of law and order in the state among teens.

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