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Delhi: Chased by 'power thieves', engineer dies in car crash

18 Jul 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
Delhi News  this Tuesday!

While escaping the mob armed with rods at Jhuljhuli village, a BSES engineer was killed and his four colleagues were injured as their car crashed into a tree near Najafgarh.

The team had gone there to inspect power theft complaints. That's when the 'power thieves' gathered. Men on bikes started chasing their car which led to the crash.

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