In other news, A 23-year-old food delivery manager died after an SUV driven by a class 11 student from a leading private school allegedly hit his motorbike in Desh Bandhu Gupta Road late Friday night , police said. Police said after the incident the boy and his friend, a foreign national, left the car, an MG Hector, at the scene and fled. DCP (Central) Shweta Chauhan said: “We have registered an FIR and apprehended the minor. The deceased has been identified as Rahul Kumar, a resident of Gole Market, who works with Swiggy. He was leaving with his cousin to find his friends. Further investigation is underway.
Gurgaon police have charged two directors of a company, including a Chinese national, for their alleged involvement in supplying “shadow” directors to Chinese front companies. The FIR, on the complaint of Nitin Phartyal, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), was registered on Thursday evening after a team of Ministry officers carried out a search and seizure investigation at the office of a company on MG Road in Gurgaon. Police said the company is primarily operated by directors.
On other updates, in a raid coordinated by Cybercrime Police in Gurgaon, four people were arrested for their alleged involvement in extorting money under the guise of providing small loans through loan applications financed by China.
Police said the accused, Deepak, Sakshi Sethia, Ankit Kumar and Divyansh Kumar, ran fake call centers in Gurgaon and Noida, and added that the gang had been active in Gurgaon since July 2021 and had been shelling out micro -loans to more than a million people. Across the country.
A day after two men died after being trapped in a sewer while it was being cleared in the Bakkarwala area of the Outer District on Friday afternoon, the family of one of the victims have alleged that he had been forced to clean the sewer even though it was not his job to do so. .
The incident happened on Friday afternoon at a DDA apartment complex in Pocket D, Loknayak Puram. According to police, the victims were identified as Rohit Chandilya (32), a private sweeper who worked at the compound, and Ashok (aged 28-30), a DDA guard who tried to rescue Chandilya.