Mumbai Crime News: Everyone knows that two-wheelers are not allowed on the Bandra Worli C-Link, meanwhile a video of a woman from Madhya Pradesh taking a motorcycle for a joyride on the Bandra Worli C-Link is going viral on social media.
Mumbai Police has registered a case against a 26-year-old female biker for misbehaving, threatening and assaulting a policeman. The accused woman was earlier riding a bike at speed without a helmet on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai. When the policeman stopped her, the woman shouted – ‘If you get a call from Narendra Modi, stop the bike. If you ask for it, I will stop the bike. Call Narendra Modi.
The woman refuses to dismount her bike, saying, “If Narendra Modi calls me and tells me to turn off my bike, I’ll do it. Go call Modi.”
When the official tries to pull her over, she abuses him and says, “Haat kaat ke rakh dungi… Himmat kaise hui meri gaadi chhoone ki (I will cut off your arm. How dare you lay a hand on my bike).”
Police said they received a call from the Bandra-Worli Sea Link security staff that a woman, identified as Nupur Mukesh Patel, was riding her Bullet on the Sea Link and heading towards south Mumbai.
“When the police personnel stopped her, she started arguing with them, saying that her father owned the road, and she is a taxpayer and therefore nobody could stop her. Despite several requests, she was not ready to take her two-wheeler on one side of the road and was arguing with the traffic police,” a police official said.
“She got into unnecessary arguments and even pushed a constable,” the official said, adding that she has been booked for obstruction, negligent driving, endangerment and assault on a public servant.
Patel is a resident of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, and the Bullet is registered with a real estate firm there. She was given a notice under section 41A of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) for an appearance before the investigating officer and was allowed to go.