Motor Vehicle Act: Girl threaten traffic police when they stopped her, says, 'If you do not let me go, then...'

Sep 16 2019 10:08 AM
Motor Vehicle Act: Girl threaten traffic police when they stopped her, says, 'If you do not let me go, then...'

New Delhi: A new debate has started since the Motor Vehicle Act implemented in the country. Traffic Police is slapping heavy fines on breaking traffice rules.  Some are paying 20 thousand and some are paying 2 lakh as fine. But due to fear of fine, many people are also fighting with the policemen. One such case from the national capital Delhi where a scooty riding girl clashed with policemen and started threatening to commit suicide.

On Saturday morning near Delhi's Kashmiri Gate, when the Delhi Traffic Police stopped a scooty rider, she threatened police officials.  According to police, the girl's scooty number plate was broken. In addition, she was using the phone while driving, when the traffic police stopped and asked for fine, the woman threatened to commit suicide.

It is being told that she first misbehaved with the traffic police, then she said that if she is not allowed to go, she will commit suicide. Not only this, soon after, the girl started crying and threw out the helmet. The girl was going from her home to the office. However, after about 20 minutes of drama, police let her go.

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