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Lamborghini Gallardo car worth Rs 1 cr set on fire in Hyderabad over dispute, video goes viral
Lamborghini Gallardo
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Lamborghini Gallardo car worth Rs 1 cr set on fire in Hyderabad over dispute, video goes viral

| @indiablooms | 15 Apr 2024, 05:59 pm

In a bizarre incident, a Lamborghini Gallardo, worth nearly Rs 1 crore, was set on fire over a dispute in Hyderabad recently and the video of the incident has not gone viral on social media.

The incident reportedly occurred following a heated dispute between two car resellers over money owed by one of them.

What happened?

The story behind the burning of this Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder is that it belonged to a man named Neeraj from Hyderabad, and he was looking to sell this yellow supercar, reported CarToq.

He asked his friends to find him a buyer of the car.

One of Neeraj’s friends named Aman Haider was contacted by another friend named Ahmed. Aman’s friend Ahmed stated that he was interested in buying this supercar. So he asked him to bring it to a farmhouse at Mamidipalli on the evening of April 13, the website reported.

Instead of moving towards the scheduled location, Aman, accompanied by Hamdan, veered towards the Hyderabad airport route.

Ahmed and his associates intercepted them and alleged that Neeraj owed them money.

Ahmed and his group allegedly set the car on fire following a heated dispute.

Pahadi Shareef Police have registered a case in connection with the incident.

No arrest has been made so far.

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