A biker bickers with a traffic constable after which he drives off with his towed bike

Traffic police constable files a complaint against a biker under sections 353, 506 of IPc

  • A biker bickers with a traffic constable after which he drives off with his towed bike
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Manhandling, bickering, arguing with traffic police constables is on the rise in the city. A police constable was slapped in Kopar Khairane, Navi Mumbai, for asking a biker to move his bike from a one-way as it was causing traffic.

What happened?



While this is still fresh in our minds, a certain Sarpanch Singh took the law into his own hands and created a ruckus on N S Road, Mulund, when his bike got towed. On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, around 10:00 am, Singh parked his Honda Activa in a no-parking zone and left for work. A towing van came on its usual round and towed Singh's bike. Traffic constable Manoj Pawar towed the bike and was ready to leave when Singh appeared and started arguing with him. He questioned Pawar about his bike and why it was being taken away.


And he escaped the law...

While he was not ready to accept his fault, he got on the towing vehicle and started freeing his bike from the clamps. Despite, police constable telling him, to not to mess with the law, he did not listen and finally, he managed to free his bike from the clamps by breaking them and drove away.



Complaint was filed against Singh

Traffic police constable Pawar then filed a complaint with Mulund Police station where a case has been registered against Singh under sections 353, 506 of IPC. Mulund police now are looking out for Singh who is nowhere to be found.

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