Jour­nal­ist’s phone stolen from her car in west Delhi

The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - Times City - TIMES NEWS NET­WORK

New Delhi: The mo­bile phone of a jour­nal­ist was stolen from her car’s dash­board when she had gone for a walk at west Delhi’s Pusa in­sti­tute on Tues­day morn­ing.

The vic­tim, Ravin­der Bawa, had parked her car near the en­trance. When she re­turned an hour later, she was shocked to find the glass the front pas­sen­ger win­dow shat­tered and her mo­bile phone miss­ing. Her wal­let and other things in the car were, how­ever, in­tact. Bawa posted on Twit­ter: “You go for morn­ing walk and your mo­bile gets stolen-what a way to be­gin Dussehra 2019, a day of tri­umph of good against evil, in ur city. Ppl around told that in out­side Pusa gate morn­ing walk­ers are fac­ing this reg­u­larly. Is one safe in Delhi till noth­ing hap­pens? (sic)”

Bawa later told TOI: “I reached the in­sti­tute around 7am. I kept my mo­bile phone in the dash­board and went for a walk. I came back at 8am, only to find the glass of my car’s win­dow shat­tered. I quickly checked for my wal­let and other things, but they were in­tact. When I opened the dash­board, I re­alised that my phone was stolen. They must have no­ticed me putting the phone in the dash­board.”

The vic­tim went to the In­der­puri po­lice sta­tion and filed an e-FIR for theft.

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