Indore: Model who enacted dare at Rasoma crossroads said- 'I AM SORRY'
Indore: Model who enacted dare at Rasoma crossroads said- 'I AM SORRY'

Indore: Model Shreya Kalra, who danced at the Rasoma crossroads in Indore, has finally apologized. In fact, she recently went to the traffic police in Indore with her mother. The two met the traffic DSP here and also paid a challan of Rs 200 saying sorry. In the meantime, Shreya said, 'My intention was not to harass people. I wanted to aware people of traffic rules and covid. I danced at the zebra crossing so that people stopped when there was a red signal. Every year one to 1.5 lakh people die in road accidents. Please don't do stunts like this.'

Tell all of you that Shreya Kalra's Dare Act video surfaced a few days ago. It was posted by Shreya herself on her Instagram. After the video surfaced, Home Minister Narottam Mishra had said, "Whatever the feeling, the method is wrong. Action will be taken under traffic rules. This was followed by an FIR under Section 290 for breaking traffic rules.'' However, Shreya has clarified this.

Talking to the media after meeting DSP, Shreya said, "My aim was not to do public stunts in any way. My task was only to bring awareness to the people. I believe my method was wrong. My purpose was to aware people of the mask because of the corona. Now I will put some posts on my Instagram from now on to motivate the general public to follow traffic rules. I will also cooperate with the Traffic Department in the Awareness Programme.''

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