Hyderabad: Lamborghini Gallardo Set Ablaze in Money Dispute (Video)

Rs 1 Crore Lamborghini Supercar Set On Fire In Hyderabad

A recent incident in Hyderabad, India, has garnered attention due to its extravagance and destruction. A first-generation Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, estimated to be worth ₹1 crore (approximately $122,000 USD), was deliberately set on fire on April 13th. The shocking act, captured on video and shared widely on social media, stemmed from a financial disagreement between the car’s owner and a potential buyer.

Eye-Catching Inferno: Cause of the Lamborghini Fire

The initial circulation of the video, showcasing a yellow Lamborghini Gallardo engulfed in flames on a public road, left viewers bewildered. The cause of the fire was initially unclear. However, investigations revealed that the blaze was no accident; it was a deliberate act of destruction.

A Vendetta Gone Wrong: The Story Behind the Burning Lamborghini

The Lamborghini belonged to Neeraj, a resident of Hyderabad. Seeking to sell the car, he enlisted the help of his friends to find a buyer. One such friend, Aman Haider, was contacted by another friend, Ahmed, who expressed interest in purchasing the Gallardo. An evening meeting was arranged at a farmhouse on April 13th for a closer look at the vehicle.

However, things took a turn when Aman and another friend, Hamdan, arrived at the designated location with the Lamborghini. Instead of proceeding to the farmhouse as planned, they were directed towards the Hyderabad airport route. It was here that they encountered Ahmed and his associates.

The situation escalated quickly as Ahmed’s group confronted Aman, accusing Neeraj, the car’s owner, of owing them money. Despite Aman’s attempts to mediate, the confrontation turned violent. In a fit of rage, Ahmed’s group doused the Lamborghini with petrol and set it on fire, completely destroying the expensive supercar.

Police Investigate: Have the Culprits Been Apprehended?

The burning of the Lamborghini resulted in a total loss for Neeraj. The Pahadi Shareef police have registered a case against Ahmed and his accomplices. As of now, no arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.

This incident serves as a stark reminder of the dangers of resorting to violence in resolving financial disputes. The destruction of a valuable car not only caused significant financial loss but also posed a potential threat to public safety.

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