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Road rage: Doctor, father thrashed by bikers

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

A 37-year-old doctor, his father and assistant were allegedly thrashed by a group of men when an argument broke out between the two sides after one of the assailants' two-wheeler hit the doctor's car in East Delhi's Krishna Nagar area.

The victim has been identified as Shivpuri-resident Manoj Aggarwal (37), who has a clinic in Shahdara, police said.



Yesterday, around 5:45 PM when the doctor was going to his clinic from home with his assistant and 68-year-old father, two men on a motorbike came speeding and hit his car from behind, said a senior police officer.

When the doctor protested, the men started abusing him. They were accompanied by their friends who were on a scooty.

They got down from their bikes and allegedly started thrashing them, police said.

They also threatened the doctor with dire consequences if he reported the matter to police.

He filed a complaint with the police and an FIR against the unidentified men has been registered at the Krishna Nagar police station.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Road rage: Doctor, father thrashed by bikers

A 37-year-old doctor, his father and assistant were allegedly thrashed by a group of men when an argument broke out between the two sides after one of the assailants' two-wheeler hit the doctor's car in East Delhi's Krishna Nagar area. The victim has been identified as Shivpuri-resident Manoj Aggarwal (37), who has a clinic in Shahdara, police said. Yesterday, around 5:45 PM when the doctor was going to his clinic from home with his assistant and 68-year-old father, two men on a motorbike came speeding and hit his car from behind, said a senior police officer. When the doctor protested, the men started abusing him. They were accompanied by their friends who were on a scooty. They got down from their bikes and allegedly started thrashing them, police said. They also threatened the doctor with dire consequences if he reported the matter to police. He filed a complaint with the police and an FIR against the unidentified men has been registered at the Krishna Nagar police station. A 37-year-old doctor, his father and assistant were allegedly thrashed by a group of men when an argument broke out between the two sides after one of the assailants' two-wheeler hit the doctor's car in East Delhi's Krishna Nagar area.

The victim has been identified as Shivpuri-resident Manoj Aggarwal (37), who has a clinic in Shahdara, police said.

Yesterday, around 5:45 PM when the doctor was going to his clinic from home with his assistant and 68-year-old father, two men on a motorbike came speeding and hit his car from behind, said a senior police officer.

When the doctor protested, the men started abusing him. They were accompanied by their friends who were on a scooty.

They got down from their bikes and allegedly started thrashing them, police said.

They also threatened the doctor with dire consequences if he reported the matter to police.

He filed a complaint with the police and an FIR against the unidentified men has been registered at the Krishna Nagar police station.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Road rage: Doctor, father thrashed by bikers

A 37-year-old doctor, his father and assistant were allegedly thrashed by a group of men when an argument broke out between the two sides after one of the assailants' two-wheeler hit the doctor's car in East Delhi's Krishna Nagar area.

The victim has been identified as Shivpuri-resident Manoj Aggarwal (37), who has a clinic in Shahdara, police said.

Yesterday, around 5:45 PM when the doctor was going to his clinic from home with his assistant and 68-year-old father, two men on a motorbike came speeding and hit his car from behind, said a senior police officer.

When the doctor protested, the men started abusing him. They were accompanied by their friends who were on a scooty.

They got down from their bikes and allegedly started thrashing them, police said.

They also threatened the doctor with dire consequences if he reported the matter to police.

He filed a complaint with the police and an FIR against the unidentified men has been registered at the Krishna Nagar police station.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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