Hyderabad: Man set fire to bike after police stopped him for wrong-side driving
04-10-2022 Tue 10:51
Hyderabad: In a shocking incident, a man set fire to his bike after traffic police took his bike for driving on the wrong route. The incident took place near Maitrivanam, Hyderabad on Monday evening. According to the reports, the person identified as Ashok, a resident of Yellareddyguda is running a mobile shop in Annapurna Block, Maitrivanam got upset after traffic police stopped him when he tried to enter Annapurna Block after taking a U-turn at Ameerpet metro station.
It is learnt that the police didn't listen to Ashok when he tried to say his shop is in Annapurna Block. Expressing anger over the police, the man brought a petrol bottle from his shop and set fire to his bike. Ashok alleged that the police restricted him but allowed a luxury car on the wrong route.
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