The Mercedes struck Siddharth Sharma on April 4, tossing him in the air. Siddharth Sharma would have turned 33 on June 5 had he not been mowed down in April by a Mercedes being allegedly driven by a young four days short of turning 18 years old. Sharma’s family members and friends gathered in Civil Lines during the day for his birthday and held a meeting.

Siddharth Sharma friends and family gathered at their civil lines residence in Delhi to celebrate his birthday. Cakes were there, gifts were brought. But only the birthday boy was missing. And for his birthday, his elder sister Shilpi Sharma, Lovingly called ‘Siddhi’ by his family, the “baccha” of the Sharma clan was remembered by his sister, Shilpi in a heartfelt Facebook post.

A Facebook page by the name ‘Mercedes Hit & Run’ was created where the CCTV footage of the horrendous accident was first posted. The footage soon got media attention and the Police were forced to take action against the minor who was at the wheel and his businessman father who initially lied to the investigating officers saying he was driving.

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In this tear-jerking message, she expresses her gratitude for having had Siddhi as her brother, and just how much she misses him and simply wants him to come back. Siddharth Sharma would have turned 33 today had he been alive and not mowed down by a speeding Mercedes near civil lines police station on April 4.

Siddharth Sharma sister Shilpa Sharma writes a moving letter and makes a Facebook post with photos of them together.