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Uttar Pradesh / Noida: The cleaner was thrown out of his job, then he burnt 15 cars with acid in anger…! Owners filed FIR

Noida: A surprising case has come to light from Noida in Uttar Pradesh. In a society located in Sector-75, the removal of a young man who used to clean cars from his job became very difficult for the residents of the society. Being fired from the job, the young man was so angry that he threw acid on 15 cars parked in the parking lot. Due to which the paint and glasses of those vehicles got damaged. This entire incident was captured in the CCTV camera installed there. On receiving the complaint in this matter, the police has arrested the accused youth. Sanjay Pandit, AOA president of Maxbliss Whitehouse Society of Sector-75, told that Ramraj’s son Mahilyal, originally a resident of Hardoi, has been doing the work of cleaning cars in the society since 2016. He lives on rent in Hoshiarpur village. A week ago some people removed him from work.

Ramraj was angry at being removed from work

Ramraj was very angry at being removed from the job. On Wednesday, he poured acid on 15 vehicles parked in the basement parking of the society. The security personnel saw Ram Ram doing this. After the incident, Ramraj tried to run away from the spot, but was caught by the guard at the gate. After which the society president informed the police about the incident. The police reached the spot and arrested the accused Ramraj. Owners of 15 cars have filed a complaint in this case, including Ripsy, Sandeep Sharma, Pradeep Singh Negi, Yash Sharma, Akash Sengar, Shubham Sharma, Vansh Jha, Shivi Verma, Shashank Dwivedi, Ramesh Chandra Pandey, Madan Gautam, Alok Kumar. Many others are included.

Police engaged in investigation

Sector-113 police station in-charge Jitendra Singh said that Ramraj is a resident of Hardoi and lives in a rented house in Hoshiarpur village. During interrogation, he told the police that someone had given him acid, investigation is on in the matter. A report has been registered in the matter under section 427 of the Indian Penal Code.