Varanasi. A vehicle owner found it difficult to get Thakur written instead of the number plate on the luxury SUV vehicle. Actually, Thakur was written in big letters on the number plate of a car in Varanasi. As soon as its video went viral, the police of the Cantt police station area immediately took cognizance of it. In this case, the police deducted a challan of Rs 28,500 from the car and seized the vehicle.
Videos and pictures of a black-colored SUV vehicle in the Cantt area of Varanasi were going viral on social media. In these pictures, the vehicle was completely flouting the rules. All the glasses of the vehicle were covered with black film and along with the words ‘POLICE’ at the rear of the vehicle, the logo of the police was also affixed.
The number plate of the vehicle being told by the Inspector posted in Maharajganj did not have a number on it. Thakur was written here with a picture. That too in big letters, looking at this viral picture, orders were immediately given to the in charge of the concerned police station to investigate. After which the car was found in the area itself. After this, along with seizing this vehicle, a challan of Rs 28,500 was also deducted. Deputy Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Dinesh Kumar Puri told that when the information about this vehicle was extracted, it was found that the vehicle was registered in the name of Sharda Singh. A young man named Pranjal Singh was driving this vehicle. Which, during interrogation, he told about his father being posted as a police inspector in Maharajganj.
At present, the Cantt police have seized the vehicle and sent it to the police line and after challenging the vehicle, its receipt has been given to the young man driving the vehicle. Deputy Commissioner of Police Traffic says that in this way, removing the number plate and writing something else on it, walking with a black film, is a violation of all traffic rules. Do not do any work on which action is taken.