YOUNG SSP HELPED A STUDENT TO CANCEL A 5000 RUPEES BIKE CHALLAN

YOUNG SSP HELPED A STUDENT TO CANCEL A 5000 RUPEES BIKE CHALLAN

Challan… The first thing you skip when the word comes to the word is the punishment. nowadays traffic police strictly impose bike challan is imposing against traffic infringement.

even as these ‘fines’ do not only amount to a few rupees outside of the traffic law. However, a case reveals among the public in Etawah, Uttar Pradesh.

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it ruptures the image the police have produce and provide a new example. Indeed, a student on Twitter’s social media website called Deepender Yadav, upset by Rs 5000 challan on his bike, demanded support from the SSP Etawah Akash Tomar.

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It really was worth what SSP did after that.

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On Twitter, the social networking site of Dipendra, a student, posted a message in his post.

Which notes that Dipendra is not able to pay Rs 5000 for the challan, due to poor economic conditions. He says, “I returning home by motorbike in the evening after studying, then I stopped while checking in on the way.”

My motorcycle‘s challan is shut off because a number has been cut in the plate of my bike. ”

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In his tweet, Deepender wrote, “I admit my error, sir, but I cannot pay that much, please help.” Student Dependra wrote, “I have seen and heard that you are helping others, and do mine too.

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Please claim this tweet is SSP Etawah Akash Tomar tag by Deepender.

Subsequently, he did hot work when SSP Etawa Akash Tomar received the eye of this tweet. After he saw the highly touching tweet and acknowledged the Dipendra error, he canceled his challan.

This soulful mentality is commending to SSP Etawah Akash Tomar.

The student Deependra also shared his response and thanked him by tweeting after he had canceled Dipendra’s challan. Deependra wrote I am very thankful to you Sir I will stay and hope any officer will do the same job style.

 

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