Mahindra owner Quanto sets his car on fire after debt collection agents visit him

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A car is one of the most valuable assets a man possesses in his life. However, in a rather bizarre accident in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, a man burned his car alone out of anger for a strange reason. The incident took place in Gola Ka Mandir, in the Bhind Road area of ​​the city of Gwalior, where a vehicle finance recovery team arrived at the door of a man named Vinay Sharma. The team had come to Sharma’s home to confiscate her Mahindra Quanto, which she had bought with a loan and was unable to pay for the installations. The car was being towed by a crane, as even after repeated warnings the man refused to pay the loan amount for the facilities.

Firefighters intervened on the spot

Seeing his car being towed away by the recovery team, Sharma approached the vehicle and tried to confront the team and began arguing with them in anger. Seeing this, the team began making a video of the entire incident. After attempting to intimidate the team and create a nuisance, Sharma poured gasoline on her car, which she carried in a bottle. Within seconds he set fire to his car, which quickly became uncontrollable.

People passing by began filming videos of the entire accident and the burned-out car. A keeper from a nearby factory informed local police and fire stations of this incident.

The police will arrest the owner of the car

Police and fire brigade teams went to the crash site after receiving complaints, however, before taking charge of the accident, the car was reduced to ashes. The car owner escaped from the accident and the police started search operations to arrest the man. The team also provided police with video footage of the entire incident as evidence, on the basis of which further investigation will be carried out.

Skipping a loan in India is a crime and you can go to jail for it. There are many who cannot repay the loan for various reasons and such vehicles are picked up by the collection agents. Subsequently, these vehicles are auctioned to recover the loan amount. This is a common practice in India and many other countries.

Failure to repay the loan can also lead to cases of police fraud and these people can also be sent to jail. In India, many others set their vehicles on fire for various reasons, including provocation by the police.

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