Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A man was held at gunpoint and robbed over Rs 60,000 by four men who gave him a lift on Monday night. In a complaint he wrote to the police, the 33-year-old privately company worker claimed that he was offered a lift by the men from Atlas Chowk in Gurugram to his home in Delhi. Describing the trial, the resident of Azadpur in Delhi said that he was offered a lift by four men after an organization taxi dropped him at Atlas Chowk in Gurugram on Monday night around 9.10 pm. They offered to drop me to Azadpur, he said including that there were four others sitting inside the vehicle. I objected when he took a U-turn at Shankar Chowk yet he said that he would take the next turn rather, claimed the man. When they came to IFFCO Chowk, one of the co-travelers pulled a gun and pointed it at the complainant’s stomach, demanding all of his money and assets. When he said to them that he had just Rs 60, the robbers asked him to give his credit and debit cards to them. They additionally told him to ask to say to his wife to transfer some money in his account also to one from his friends without revealing to them what it was really going after. Accordingly, the robbers burglarized the complainant of Rs 66,000 while roaming over the roads of Gurugram for more than three hours before dropping him off at IFFCO Chowk a little before midnight. He at that point filed an official complaint under area 379A and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at the Sector 17/18 police station. In his statement to the police, the complainant said that they even stopped at one point for snacks and tea which they also shared to the man they had quite recently robbed at gunpoint.