Inebriated Man Rams Car Into Safdarjung Tomb Main Gate, Survives
The Morning Standard|November 24, 2020
The vehicle also hit the notice board of the monument and damaged it

A 32-year-old man, who was allegedly in an inebriated condition, rammed his car into the main gate of the Safdarjung Tomb in central Delhi in the hourly early hours of Monday, police said.

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