Bikers ram, chase car in Bengaluru, police launch hunt for accused

Bengaluru, Jan 29 (IANS): In a terrifying incident for a couple in Bengaluru, a pair of bikers rammed deliberately into their car on early Sunday and asked them to come out, later chasing them for 5 km till their residence when they did not comply, police said.

The Bengaluru police have launched a hunt for the bike riders.

The incident, which occurred on Sarjapur Road under Bellandur police station, came to light after the Citizens Movement, East Bengaluru, posted the horrific video on social media.

As per the video, recorded by the dashcam camera, the accused persons, who came on two bikes, rammed into the car and asked the couple to get down from the vehicle. When the couple did not budge and drove off, they chased the car for about five kilometres until they reached their society.

Police Commissioner Pratap Reddy has directed the Additional Commissioner, East, the DCP Whitefield and Bellandur police to initiate necessary action in this regard.

The Citizens Movement, East Bengaluru, which posted the video, advised the people not to open the car doors in the night and use dashcam cameras.






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  • Rajmane, Bangalore

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    Lonely areas is bets avoided at night unless in a larger convoy -- or group -- sad reality -- of silicon city -- doing analysis after a bad event is useless -- so can err on caution --

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  • Saravanabhavaan, Murukaveri

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    I feel sorry for their parents who gave them birth and brought up in good moral education.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    every now and then bomma runs to delhi...other ministers are busy making their share of and order has gone to the dogs...

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    This has to be expected when moving on highways in dark... In a fair and free society freedom is often misused... Also fear of law has diminished substantially... Not without reason as conviction rates are too slow and minuscule... It is for us to take enough precaution in dead of night... Thanks to God we do not have another terrible news to read...

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  • Fernandes, Mangalore.

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    CM Bomma and his ministers are only behind 40% and they want to rule Karnataka . They do not want to care about public and their lives. IF stringent action has been taken at the earliest, theses type may stop or else danger to drive in night. 5 Km chase, no cops. wow.

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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji MBBS DGO DNB, Nellore Kodyadka

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    I studied in Bengaluru and such incidences were rare those days . But nowadays so much of theft and violence? What's going wrong ? Is There decline in moral values in general?

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  • Jd, Mlr

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    Dr, what do you think? The moral index of citizens and administration is on a slope

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  • Prakash, Dubai

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    Kusuma when you were studying, was peoples friendly government. Now BJP in power by hook or crook ,so you can see all these ,hatred, robbery , street fights .This is ache din by BJP . Enjoy it.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    Please don't make my Karnataka like Uttar Pradesh ...

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Jan 30 2023

    Good that they didint stop and opened the door.They must be rowdies who ram and later do what they want .Robbing is first ,or can also happen they might rape woman ?Dont believe these people .Was it a car with any drug peddlers?Couple had enorm luck not to fall into the hands of these rowdies.

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