Merciless Khaki: The youths were pushed by the moving scooty, when the video surfaced, people got angry
A shocking video has surfaced from Jamui, Bihar. Where a police pushed a person going by scooty. People are getting angry after seeing this.
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In our country, the law is equal for everyone, whether it is a common man or the keeper of the law… However, it is seen many times that people use their position. abuse And they sit and do work. Which the law does not allow. A video related to this matter is among the people these days. Discussion is in. Where four constables of the traffic police are allowed to ride on a moving scooty. person was pushed because both of them were not wearing helmets.
The case going viral is being told of Jamui in Bihar. Which has raised many questions on the law and order of Bihar and after the video went viral, people are questioning the Bihar Police about whether what they did is under the law.
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When and who prescribed such punishment for not wearing helmet..??
This is the incident of Jamui in Bihar. Seeing the video being made, all the constables move from there. Embarrassing..#bihar #helmet pic.twitter.com/AMw0t9BGVn
— SuVidha (@IamSuVidha) October 14, 2022
In the video going viral, you can see that two youths are going on a scooty. Meanwhile, the police stop happening because they were not wearing a helmet. Seeing the police coming towards them, they increase the speed of the scooty and try to run away. The constable tries his best to stop them and starts chasing them by running after them. Meanwhile, another constable pushes these two riders off the moving scooty. Due to which both of them fall on the road.
This video has been shared on Twitter by an account named @IamSuVidha. After seeing which people are questioning the police, is it necessary to punish people like this? While some people are condemning the police administration after watching this video, many people are saying. Who has given them permission to take such action for not wearing a helmet and when such a rule has been made.