A 40-year-old policeman was injured after he was dragged for around 50 meters by a motorcyclist, who tried to evade checking in Mumbai amid lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Mumbai policeman finding something suspicious about him, and had tried to stop the biker. A video of the incident also arose online.
The incident took place when Khajabi Shaikh Naim, dragged Mumbai policeman, who tried to investigate his two-wheeler.
A team of policemen was checking vehicles at the entrance of Eastern Freeway, Mumbai when the assistant police inspector Vijendra Dhurat found something suspicious about the motorcyclist Khajabi Shaikh Naim and tried to stop him. Assistant police inspector Vijendra Dhuratwas rushed to a hospital and is presently out of danger.
The motorcyclist Khajabi Shaikh Naim was arrested under the Indian Penal Code section 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty).
Biker Drags Mumbai Policeman
While several reports of ill-treatment meted out to policemen during the lockdown avid coronavirus outbreak are surfing all over the nation. Recently in a shocking incident held in Mumbai, a biker dragged a policeman who was trying to stop him.
The incident took place at around 7.30 am when the Assistant Police Inspector Vijendra Dhuratwas was on duty at P D’mello road on the Eastern Free Way near Dongri, Mumbai. While the Assistant Police Inspector Vijendra Dhurat was performing his duty, he got suspicious seeing a two-wheeler bearing a number plate MH-01-DG-2448 and asked to stop. However, as the motorist did not pay any hearken and endured to ride, Assistant Police Inspector Vijendra Dhurat held the rear handle of the bike to stop him. Despite that, the biker Khajabi Shaikh Naim did not stop and dragged the Police officer up to a few meters.