Money lender guns down cab driver

New Delhi, May 2 : A 32-year-old school cab driver was shot dead here by a man from whom he had borrowed Rs.7 lakh for buying a car, police said Thursday.

Cab driver Virender Mann, a resident of Alipur, was killed Wednesday in Samaypur Badli area in north Delhi, police said.

"Mann was attending a friend's party when money lender Ravi Bhardwaj came with his two associates and opened fire at Mann," said a police officer.

Mann was hit by a bullet in the head and died in hospital, police said.

Around five months back, Mann had borrowed money from Bhardwaj but failed to return it, police said.

--IANS (Posted on 02-05-2013)

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