Was this person challaned for violation? This viral video will baffle you
Some social media users are just sharing this video without knowing the truth behind this incident and some are sharing it with their strong reactions to this situation.
The video which went viral
Recently, after the introduction of the new Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019, social media is flooded with the videos and posts regarding the heavy penalty/Challans being charged. In these videos and posts, citizens look unhappy with these heavy and expensive Challans. A video related to this trend is going viral on social media, in which it is claimed that this man was so angry with his Rs.35000 challan that he set his car on fire. It is also being claimed that the woman sitting on the road is his wife who has a gun with her.
35000/ हजार का चालान काटने पर लड़के ने अपनी कार को आग लगा दी और अपने विवी के हाथ मे कट्टा दे दीया और आगे वीडीओ मे देखे।
Posted by Shailendra Yadav on 2019 m. spalio 12 d., šeštadienis
Impact of Viral Message
This video is being shared widely on social media and people are reacting differently on this situation. Some social media users are just sharing this video without knowing the truth behind this incident and some are sharing it with their strong reactions to this situation.
One facebook user Preeti Saurabh wrote- This man should be jailed and beaten up. He should be questioned up why he was not carrying the documents of the vehicle.
What is the Fact?
This video is from the Mathura district of UP. The person in this video is Shubham Chaudhary and woman seen in this video is Anjali Sharma. The information about the Rs.35,000 Challan is totally fake. Muthra’s senior superintendent of police gave complete information about this video. This whole ruckus was planned by both of them and Shubham tried to create a ruckus about the marriage.
मथुरा कचहरी रोड पर अपनी ही कार में आग लगाने वाली घटना के पीछे के कारण व पुलिस द्वारा की गयी कार्यवाही के सम्बन्ध में वरिष्ठ पुलिस अधीक्षक मथुरा #ShalabhMathur द्वारा दी गयी बाईट।@Uppolice @adgzoneagra @igrangeagra pic.twitter.com/F2Qz3N3qMl
— MATHURA POLICE (@mathurapolice) September 26, 2019
Truth or rumor?
According to the Police statement, the claim of challan in this video is false and all of this is done just to make this video viral.