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Traffic offenders going Scot-free

Sometime back I had written about how the police need to reintroduce fear of law and deal firmly with those who flout all traffic rules fearlessly. In August this year, traffic head constable Vilas Shinde stopped a young biker in Mumbai as he was riding without a helmet and a licence. The youngster called his brother who arrived at the spot and mercilessly beat the constable with a stick. The severely injured Shinde was admitted to hospital where he later died. Shinde’s death caused a huge uproar, and parts of Mumbai city even shut down for...


Updated Date: Nov 04, 2016 10:37 AM

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