Burnt Car

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Punjab Man Dies On His Way To 'Delhi Chalo' Protests After Car Catches Fire

During the Delhi Chalo protests, an elderly man has died on his way to join the protestors, after his car caught fire. The 65-year-old Janak Raj, after a mechanical issue in one of the farmers' tractors, parked his car beside an highway and slept inside it. Suddenly, the car had started burning and efforts to put-off the fire went in vain. Reportedly, police has suspected a short circuit in the car. 

Sun, 29 Nov 2020 - 04:44 PM / by Richa Nigam

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