<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Even as the police claim that safety of commuters is being ensured on the Yamuna Expressway, the spate of crimes on the road fails to stop. Just days after a man was shot dead and four women were allegedly raped by sixarmed assailants near Jewar, a 30-year-old man was robbed by unidentified armed assailants near the Jewar toll plaza on Tuesday night. The victim was identified as Majid, a resident of Loni area in Ghaziabad.The police said Majid was going to Jewar to meet a relative when the incident took place near the Highway Masala restaurant around 10 pm. Five people came in a Maruti Swift Dzire and forced Majid to stop his bike after overtaking it. They then took his gold chain, ring, mobile phone, and Rs 32,000 in cash.When he tried to resist the robbery, the car-borne criminals attacked him with knives. Majid sustained injuries on his left arm and right hand. He then called the police with the help of some passersby. The cops reached the spot and rushed him to a local hospital. The criminals managed to escape before the police arrived on the scene.Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Gautam Budh Nagar, Love Kumar said the police have recovered the assailants’ car. Reportedly, scared of being caught, the accused left their car and fled from the scene. Jewar police station in-charge Rajpal Tomar said the police have launched a search along the expressway and have also alerted the neighbouring police stations.And analysisThe government has failed to provide security to commuters on the swanky Yamuna Expressway.Incidents of crime are becoming more common by the day, with the cops doing little to rein in the gangs in the area.