Mumbai, Feb 4: Assault of a Tanzanian student in Bengaluru has made headlines across the country on Wednesday, Feb 3. Now, another road rage news has been reported from Mumbai.
This time, the woman has been kidnapped at gunpoint. The 40-year-old woman has been identified as Shilpa Berma. She along with her friend was driving a car which accidentally hit a man.
Shilpa's friend, who was there with the victim at the time of the accident, was quoted as saying, "The man started banging our bonnet and windscreen, asking us to unlock the door."
"As we unlocked the doors, he entered the car and sat behind Berma, who was driving the car. He took out a pistol and ordered us to drive," she added.
"...We tried to get off the car and escape, but he came after us and grabbed Shilpa by her hand. As I tried to follow them, he pointed the gun at me and threatened to kill me. He took away my bag and purse and started dragging her in the opposite direction," the friend added.
Police have formed several teams and have been trying to locate whereabouts of Shilpa and her kidnapper.
The shocking news from Mumbai surfaced at a time when everyone was discussing about the road rage case in Bengaluru.
A Tanzanian student, who is a BBA student of Acharya Institute in Bengaluru, was allegedly assaulted by an irate mob following an accident in which a woman was killed.