Chhattisgarh: Romancing on bike, couple caught for PDA, violating traffic rules | Raipur News – Times of India

RAIPUR: Like a rerun of Lucknow couple romancing on bike, four youths were arrested in Durg district of Chhattisgarh when a video was all over social media showing them on bike without number plate with the girl sitting on fuel tank and indulging into public display of affection on road.
More than 200 CCTV footage were scanned and police got through the two couples. When SP scolded, the man confessed he wanted to make his ex-girlfriend jealous. Moreover, the bike, police found was unregistered and stolen one which he had bought from a
Social media on Monday morning was flooded with video of Durg superintendent of police Abhishek Pallava scolding a youth and the latter in a visibly regretting mode for his acts.
The youth, his female friend and another supporting couple were seen roaming around on two-wheelers, one recording the video of another on riding on bike having a cosy moment on road and exactly in the similar pose that the Lucknow couple went infamous for.
This video came as a fresh rerun of recent Lucknow incident and it was found out to be from roads of Bhilai. Durg police immediately came into action and scanned the CCTV footage of the routes the couples roamed on. Police tracked them down to their residences and caught Javed, 27, Uday Singh, 27, and two girls who are sisters, under sections of Motor Vehicle Act.
When SP Pallava scolded the youth, he cited a reason that they wanted to make their exes jealous by the viral video.
As the video also shows a bike without number plate, when asked the youth said he bought it from his friend’s and the bike was then found to be a stolen vehicle and it was seized by the police. Police said that Javed had bought a stolen bike from someone which was worth Rs 1.5 lakh and he bought it for Rs 9000.
SP has made an appeal with citizens to click pictures or record video of incidents of violation of traffic rules or posing threat to commuters’ life and report it to police and an action would be taken within 24 hours.

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