Jamshedpur, Feb 3: Members of Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), a traders outfit today created commotion in protest against police charging challan on a car rider for a broken number plate in the front portion.
According to report, at around 10.30 am when a car rode by SCCI vice-president Ramakant Gupta was passing through the police checkpoints at Keenan Stadium and was stopped by the police.
The police threatened to issue challan as the number plate was broken at this the SCCI official said that only the corner of the number plate was broken and the registration number was clearly visible and this led to commotion by the SCCI official. Sensing trouble the police agreed to let him go after nearly 30 minutes of drama.
The traders said that police are bent on harassing people and are even not sparing bikers for flimsy reasons like charging challan for broken number plates or if the registration number is clearly visible or not.
The traders claim that instead of putting a curb on criminal incidents the police are harassing commuters and vehicle users.