On Tuesday, the Gurugram police arrested four Uber taxi drivers who had robbed fifteen passengers on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway.
The victims said that all four drivers used to be be in the same cab, with one driving and the other three sitting in the cab as other passengers. Their main target group was locals going for short-distance travel. They used to carry a gun or knife with them to threaten the passengers while robbing them.
According to reports from ANI, the accused drivers work with Uber, which is a well-known cab aggregator service. The police has arrested the four drivers and found that at least 15 people have been targetted over the last three months. The drivers confessed that they robbed ATM cards, cash, and mobiles from the victims, during their interrogation.
Haryana: Police arrested a gang in Gurugram, earlier today, which looted people after offering them lift in their cabs. pic.twitter.com/gpuXE4Uoll
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Two cabs have been taken into custody by the police.
(With inputs from ANI)