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Cabbie gang victim wants to leave 'unsafe' city

The 30-year-old executive of a multinational company, who was robbed in a moving car and dumped with broken ribs and fractured arms on Tuesday night, is still in a state of shock and wants to leave the city for good. HT reports.

india Updated: Dec 24, 2011 01:23 IST
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The 30-year-old executive of a multinational company, who was robbed in a moving car and dumped with broken ribs and fractured arms on Tuesday night, is still in a state of shock and wants to leave the city for good.

The victim, Kamlesh Nathani, has been recuperating in Sethi Hospital, where he was admitted in the ICU after being dumped by the robbers.

Dr AK Sethi who is attending to Nathani said that he is out of danger and can be discharged by Sunday.

Nathani's colleague Ishwar Singh Yadav said that the incident has shaken him (Nathani) as well as his family.

Now he wants to go back to his home town Jaipur as he doesn't feel safe here.

"He is scared after the incident. Now it will be very difficult for him to stay back in Gurgaon as he feels nothing is going to improve here," Yadav added.

Giving details of the incident, Nathani told the police on Friday that he was attacked by four robbers. Three of them were armed and talking in the local dialect. He said that the robbers withdrew Rs 25,000 using his ATM card from an ICICI bank ATM booth in Ratan Garden, Old Railway Road, before dumping him on Basai Road.

The police said, they have been waiting for the CCTV footage of the ATM booth to trace the robbers.

The incident took place on Tuesday night when Nathani, who works with Alcatel Lucent, got off at the Iffco Chowk Metro station and took a cab to reach his house in Sector 10.