Ghaziabad traffic police issued an invoice of Rs 20,000 to the youths after a video went viral. A video made by a passing motorist shows two young men standing on a public road above a Maruti Suzuki Ertigar. The car was moving.
The video was posted by a Twitter user who tagged Ghaziabad police and showed the vehicle registration plate. Ghaziabad police have taken cognizance of the allegations received on Twitter. They have issued an invoice of Rs 20,000 against the owner of the vehicle for violating traffic rules.
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The 33-second video shows the car driving on a busy road. Two young men were dancing on the top of the car. He also took out a bottle of wine while dancing. However, realizing that someone was filming, he got inside the car.
Mr. G. In response to the complaint received on Twitter, a total of Rs. pic.twitter.com/CHyJRemWaE
– Gzb Traffic Police (zbGzbtrafficpol) April 1, 2022
Ghaziabad traffic police also shared a copy of the invoice. The invoice copy contained various allegations, including driving without suspended or revoked registration, disobeying any instructions given by the authorities, violating the prescribed standards in case of air pollution and dangerously standing passengers in the vehicle. The car is registered with Mrs. Pushpa.
Ghaziabad police has issued an invoice of Rs 62,000
Last year, Ghaziabad police issued an invoice of Rs 62,000 to three youths for dangerous driving on the road. The consignment came after a video of the incident went viral.
After watching the police video, Traffic Superintendent, Ramananda Kushwaha said that the police had noted the vehicle registration numbers from the video. They track down vehicles and issue multiple shipments to drivers of three vehicles.
Video Evidence Based Run
Police are now using viral video to issue invoices. This is not the first incident in Ghaziabad where criminals have been tracked using video footage. In the past, two girls stunting on a Royal Enfield motorcycle and stunting on a Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza have received invoices from police based on viral videos.
Stunts of any kind on public roads are illegal and violators can even go to jail and pay hefty fines. Stunting on public roads can land you in one place for a variety of reasons. If one wants to practice stunting or record videos, it should be done on private property such as race tracks and even on farms. Also, one should note that such stunts are extremely dangerous.
Performing such stunts on public roads is a sure way to get invoices, especially today when everyone is videotaping on their phones. Also, due to the presence of CCTV cameras in the streets, it is not a good idea to try such stunts on public streets.
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