Police arrested 4 faculty college students and issued a challan of Rs 25,500 for violating site visitors norms on Friday, a day after movies of a automotive being pushed rashly in Noida was broadly circulated on social media, officers stated.
The police additionally impounded the black-colour Mahindra Scorpio and initiated authorized proceedings for cancellation of the automobile’s registration in addition to the driving license of the person who was driving the automobile, they stated.
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A police spokesperson stated the Delhi-registered SUV was being pushed rashly close to the Dalit Prerna Sthal which falls beneath the Section 1 police station space on Thursday.
The police motion got here after purported movies of the rash driving with a number of different autos close-by went viral on social media on Thursday.
“The 4 accused concerned within the episode have been arrested. They’ve been recognized as Anshul, Tushar, Himanshu and Harjeet – all aged between 20 and 22,” the police spokesperson stated.
Whereas the driving force has been booked beneath Indian Penal Code part 279 (rash driving), the challan of Rs 25,500 towards the 4 accused has been issued beneath CrPC part 151, in keeping with the police.
“The Scorpio has been impounded. A report has been despatched to the regional transport officer (RTO) to provoke proceedings for cancellation of the automotive’s registration in addition to the driving force’s driving license,” the spokesperson stated.
The challan has been despatched to the native courtroom and additional authorized proceedings are underway, the police added.
The motion on rash driving comes at a time when the UP Police is holding a particular month-long marketing campaign for street security consciousness.
UP witnessed hundreds of street crashes and fatalities over time. In 2022, Gautam Buddh Nagar district recorded over 400 street crash deaths, in keeping with official figures.
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