The police made the man sit up and hold a meeting, and then held a placard in his hand, in which it was written that the car belonged to my father but not the road.
Many videos of stunts with vehicles on the road go viral on social media. Questions are raised about some videos and action is demanded on some. The Gujarat Police has taken action against those who created ruckus on the streets of Ahmedabad. Not only this, the police caught the stunters and made them do sit-ups and the photo of them hanging placards was made viral on social media.
Ahmedabad police taught such a lesson
As per information, Ahmedabad Police has taken action against people who are rash-driving on Sindhubhavan Road. Meanwhile, the police arrested a man for rash and negligent driving. Got him to do sit-ups. The man has been identified as Junaid Mirza, a resident of Juhapura who is accused of rash-driving on Sindhubhavan Road and arrested by the police.
picture of man holding placard viral
The police caught the man and took him to the place where he had created a ruckus on the road with his friends. Along with this, a photo was taken by holding a placard in his hand. On which it was written, ‘The car belongs to my father but not the road!’ This picture is becoming very viral on social media.
Boys used to brawl on the road
It was told that on Sindhubhavan Road, boys often stunt with vehicles, create ruckus and mischief. Due to this people were facing problems. Meanwhile, when the video of some youths creating ruckus on the vehicles went viral on social media, the Gujarat Police also swung into action and has now taken action.
The police arrested the accused person and took him to the place where these people had created a ruckus. There the person got up and got a meeting done and then held a placard in his hand in which it was written that the car belongs to my father but not the road. This picture is becoming very viral. People say that the Gujarat Police has adopted a good way of teaching a lesson to the rioters.