Indian hit-and-run driver Puneet Puneet has made a final desperate plea in a New Dehli court as he faces extradition to Australia for killing a teenage student.
He sat next to his uncle face down throughout the trial, before wailing 'I will be killed! I will be killed!'
'It's been 10 years, from 2008 to 2018. Today was meant to be for final arguments but his counsel is using delaying tactics again with this application,' Bhaskar Vali, the Indian government prosecutor, told Judge Gurmohina Kaur.
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Indian hit-and-run driver Puneet Puneet has cried out and sobbed at an extradition hearing in New Delhi
He kept his face covered and down (pictured) as he made his way to the court house
Puneet cried out and sobbed at the extradition hearing in New Delhi as his lawyers said he smashed his head against a wall because he's mentally unbalanced.
Justice Kaur is deciding whether Puneet should be sent back to Melbourne for sentencing on his conviction for running into and killing Queensland student Dean Hofstee, 19, on October 1, 2008.
Puneet, who was a 19-year-old learner driver at the time, also seriously injured 20-year-old Clancy Coker.
Puneet was on bail and awaiting sentence after pleading guilty to culpable driving when he used a friend's passport to flee Australia in 2009.
Puneet, who was a 19-year-old learner driver at the time, also seriously injured 20-year-old Clancy Coker (scene pictured)
Police arrested him four years later in India, on his wedding day.
In court on Friday his lawyers were