Delhi Cop Gets Dragged On Car’s Bonnet As Traffic Rule Violator Tries To Flee, Watch Video

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Time and again, we have seen cops going far and beyond their line of duty. By feeding the homeless people with their own hands and wading into neck-deep water to rescue people, they have set the right example for all of us.

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Recently, a traffic constable went way too far to do his duty. In a CCTV footage that is now doing rounds on the internet, an on-duty traffic constable, identified as Mahipal Singh, can be seen being dragged on the bonnet of a car.

According to a report by The Indian Express, he was dragged by the hatchback driver when he tried stopping him for violating traffic rules. The police personnel flagged the vehicle owner for using a fancy number plate. However, when he tried to flee the spot, Singh jumped on to the car. After being towed for around 400 meters, he fell on the busy road, narrowly escaping being run over by other vehicles.

The bizarre incident took place on Monday in south Delhi’s Dhaula Kuan area, reports Mid-day. But thankfully, the unruly driver, identified as Shubham hailing from Uttam Nagar, was soon arrested. He was charged with obstructing, hurting the cop, and wrongful driving under the respective traffic laws.

People online condemned the driver’s actions. Some also applauded the cop for his dedication.

Well, people need to realize that breaking rules will have repercussions. How insensitive of the driver to drag the cop like this, risking his life. Ek toh chori, upar se seena zori!

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