In a similar incident that came to light from Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, a couple was seen romancing on a bike. This video is being heavily criticized on social media.
Performing stunts on public roads is dangerous for the public as well as the drivers. Recently, there has been an increase in cases of young couples making public displays of romance (PDA) on speeding bikes. In a similar incident that came to light from Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, a couple was seen romancing on a bike. This video is being heavily criticized on social media.
In a video of the incident which is going viral, the boyfriend is riding a bike and the woman is sitting in front of him and hugs her partner tightly during the ride. The couple also violated road safety norms as they were not wearing helmets. Many users shared this video and asked the traffic police to take strict action.
— Yauvani (@yauvani_1) October 10, 2023
The incident occurred on National Highway 9 which falls under Simbhaoli police station. Many users criticized both of them for their irresponsible and obscene conduct.
Reacting to the video, Hapur police imposed a heavy fine on the couple. The bike driver was fined Rs 8,000 under the Motor Vehicles Act and legal proceedings were initiated.
Hapur Police wrote on #Hapurpolice immediately took cognizance and issued a challan of Rs 8000 on the said bike under MV Act and advance legal action is being taken.
थाना सिम्भावली क्षेत्रांतर्गत नेशनल हाईवे पर एक कपल द्वारा बाइक से स्टंटबाजी करने के फोटो सोशल मीडिया पर वायरल हुए जिनका #Hapurpolice द्वारा तत्काल संज्ञान लेकर उक्त बाइक का एमवी एक्ट के तहत 8000/-रुपये का चालान किया गया है एवं अग्रिम विधिक कार्यवाही की जा रही है।
— HAPUR POLICE (@hapurpolice) October 10, 2023
One such video had surfaced a few months ago, in which a couple was seen romancing on a bike in Delhi. The traffic police took cognizance of the incident and said that a case has been registered against the culprits under appropriate sections. The couple was booked for driving without helmet and license as well as dangerous driving. A total fine of Rs 11,000 was imposed on them.