Muzaffarnagar Viral Video: Police have taken action after a video of some youths doing stunts riding on dozens of luxury cars on National Highway 58 in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh went viral. In the video, these youths are seen coming out of the windows and sunroofs of moving cars and taking selfies. In these, the groom is also seen taking a selfie in an open car, after which it is being said that this video is of a procession. On the basis of the video, the police have traced the number of vehicles and challaned them and legal action is also being prepared against them.
viral video on social media
In fact, this video is becoming fiercely viral on social media in Muzaffar Nagar, in which a young man is taking a selfie while doing stunts in a procession going in dozens of luxury cars on National Highway 58. The groom is also seen riding in an open rider in this convoy. He is also seen standing in the car and taking a selfie. This matter is being told of Chhapar police station area. According to the news, on June 12, a young man named Ankit Kumar made this video from his mobile and shared it on his Twitter handle, after which it became viral.
Challan deducted by tracing the number of vehicles
Taking cognizance of this matter, on the direction of SSP Muzaffarnagar Abhishek Yadav, the traffic police investigated the viral video and traced the numbers of 9 vehicles and challaned them for Rs 2 lakh 2 thousand. Not only this, the Muzaffarnagar police is also preparing for legal action by registering a case against these people in this case. Challans will be sent against them by post or through other means and action is being taken on the crime they have committed against the National Highway.
Giving more information about this, SP Traffic Kuldeep Singh said that on Monday, a young man had tagged this video to the SSP. In which some youths were standing outside with the sunroofs of their cars open and were coming out of the windows. Taking cognizance of this, some vehicles have been marked as per the direction of the SSP. Action will be taken against them on the basis of relevant sections.
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