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Traffic policeman beaten up in Kanpur

A traffic policeman had to face public wrath after a commuter skidded off his vehicle and got injured while trying to escape routine checking on Wednesday afternoon.

Kanpur, May 2 : A traffic policeman had to face public wrath after a commuter skidded off his vehicle and got injured while trying to escape routine checking on Wednesday afternoon.

Faiz Mohammad, who tried to escape police checking near the court here, slipped off his two-wheeler and got injured.

Blaming the policeman for Faiz's injuries the people got angry and beat up the police personnel. Daily commuters also blamed the policeman of misbehaving and demanding hush money in the name of traffic rule violation.

"I saw a home-guard chasing Faiz, because of which he fell down and got his leg and arm fractured, seeing this people started thrashing the police personnel. These policemen ask for documents but if you bribe them they let you go," said Deenbandhu Mishra, an onlooker,

The police brushed aside the allegations of troubling commuters and said that Faiz wanted to escape checking and he met with an accident.

"This person ran to avoid the routine police checking and in the process fell down and got minor injury near his eye. He is a Reliance employee and has been taken away by his colleagues," said Rajendra Kumar Diwedi, Inspector of Kotwali city police station.

So far no complaint has been lodged in this regard.

ANI

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