The Hush Post: One of Delhi Police constables was stuck on a car bonnet after the car was stopped by the traffic cop. The violator sped up and in order to save himself the man got stuck on the bonnet as the driver rode rashly.
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पुलिस चैकिंग के दौरान गाड़ी रोकने पर सामने खड़े पुलिस वाले पर गाड़ी चढ़ा भागने की कोशिश
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— Jarnail Singh (@JarnailSinghAAP) July 10, 2018
It was then that Aap Aadmi Party MLAs lawmaker Jarnail Singh helped stop this SUV also saving the life of the constable. However, a day later it has come to light that the Delhi Police has taken no action against the wrong doers. In fact, a call from a senior officer ensured that the traffic violator went scot-free.
Jarnail Singh has tweeted a video of the entire sequence of events that took place on Tuesday evening on the Naraina flyover and also tagged Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik demanding strict action.
He through his tweet informed that the driver was flagged down by the traffic cop, but he rammed into the barricade after which the policeman jumped on to the car’s bonnet to stop it.
Jarnail Singh chased the vehicle and helped the traffic police stop it, he wrote.
At this moment begins the video. The traffic constable is seen clung to the bonnet of a Hyundai Creta, also clutching the e-challan machine, while the Tilak Nagar lawmaker is heard rebuking the driver. He then asks the cops to take away his car keys.
The woman accompanying the driver is heard threatening the cops with legal action. “Excuse me! What are you doing? I will sue you,” said the woman in the video as she tried to get hold of his mobile phone used to record the episode.
Even as the police fined the violator, Jarnail Singh demanded stricter action against the man. He said that the cop risked his life to perform his duty and the driver deserves strict punishment.
“Earlier, the police assured proper enquiry, but later when I called to check I got to know that they were allowed to go following a challan after they received a call from a senior official,” Singh said.