Delhi robbery case: Vindu Dara Singh used 'Honda City' car

New Delhi, Jan 30: The high-profile robbery case in South Delhi's Lajpat Nagar has taken a twist.

On Tuesday, Rs 8 crore were stolen from a Honda City car in broad daylight.

According to a news report, the robbed car, which was found later was also used by the controversial celebrity Vindu Dara Singh, when he was arrested by the Mumbai Police in connection with the IPL betting case in May 2013.

Interestingly, the businessman whose car and money were stoled is Rajesh Kalra, whose name emerged during 2000 Hansie-Cronje match-fixing scandal.

Police suspect that Kalra is still active in the betting circuit and that the money was being used as a hawala pay-off for illegal betting.

The robbery case also indicates some links with Dubai.

The police have also zeroed in on Kalra's driver and are investigating him. They are also conducting raids across Haryana, including Rohtak, in connection with the case.

The robbery case also indicates some links with Dubai.

On the day of the incident, Kalra, who is a resident of Kaljaji, was going from his Greater Kailash I office to Karol Bagh to deposit the cash in a bank along with his driver Subodh and three other associates.

When their car reached near Lajpat Nagar Metro Station, a silver Wagon R, bearing UP registration number, overtook them and suddenly stopped right in front of his car causing a collision.

The robbers then left the WagonR on the spot and fled the spot in the Honda City.

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