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Man Burnt To Death After Car Catches Fire In Delhi: Police

A 50-year-old man was burnt to death after his car caught fire at a flyover in Mangolpuri area, the police said on Friday.
The dead man has been identified as Ram Kishan, a resident of Kerala, they said.

The police received information about the incident on Thursday. The vehicle was found at the flyover near Kali Mata Mandir in Outer bypass , a senior policeman said.

The driver was found on the seat during a burnt condition. He was declared brought dead when rushed to the hospital, the officer said.

The vehicle was carrying some plastic material. It had a CNG kit and therefore the explanation for fire is being ascertained, the police said.

A case under relevant sections of IPC has been registered at the Mangolpuri police headquarters and investigation is underway, they added.

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