What A Blunder! Man from Delhi receives an e-challan from Mumbai Police

After the incident came to light, Joint Commissioner of Police (Mumbai Traffic Department) Madhukar Pandey has ordered for an investigation against the blunder

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In a bizarre and hilarious incident, a man from Delhi received an e-challan from Mumbai Police. Mumbai Police has, on several occasions, faced such situations where the traffic police officers have issued the e-challan to a wrong person. In a similar instance, a man from Delhi was sent an SMS which consisted of an e-challan. However, the person claimed that he had never owned either a two-wheeler or a four-wheeler till now.

He even went on to claim that he had never visited Mumbai or Maharashtra and added that receiving an e-challan from Mumbai Police was shocking to him. Accordingly, the person tweeted out to Mumbai Police demanding an answer for the sent message.

Delhi resident, Anant Kumar said that he did not own a vehicle and therefore, he failed to understand on what basis had Mumbai Police issued an e-challan to him. He even said that he hadn't changed his phone number since 2012 and ruled out the possibility of being sent this message by mistake. 

Looking at the gravity of the situation, Joint Commissioner of Police (Mumbai Traffic Department) Madhukar Pandey has ordered for an investigation in this matter. Meanwhile, it is possible that during the registration of the vehicle, the phone number might have been misreported.

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