Mumbai: Police have arrested two people for trying to take his car under the influence of alcohol in the security convoy of Mauritius PM Pravind Jugnauth in the country's financial capital Mumbai. Police said on Wednesday that the incident happened at 1.50 pm on Monday, when the convoy of Mauritius PM Pravind Jugnauth was moving towards the Bandra Worli Sea Link from the Western Expressway Highway.
Police said that a traffic police constable posted on the north side of the road had stopped the movement of the convoy to pass, but two people sitting in a car started blowing the horn. Both of them have been identified as Akash Anil Shukla (24) and Santosh Ginde (22). Police said that Akash Shukla, the driver of the vehicle, started moving forward and continued to blow the horn and tried to enter the route of the Prime Minister of Mauritius. Along with this, he also tried to intimidate the police officers.
When the police officers tried to stop the duo from moving forward in the car, the youth abused them and started making videos on their mobile phones, while Shukla stepped on the accelerator and crushed the police officers and entered the convoy. Tried. When the car tried to move towards Sea Link, the police stopped the car and arrested both of them. He was taken to Bhabha Hospital where medical tests confirmed that he was intoxicated.