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Traffic Police Shocker: Tows a car while a women was breastfeeding her baby, Investigation ordered

November 11,2017:

The shocking incident occurred on Friday evening in Malad (West), Mumbai and a video of the incident made by a local citizen has gone viral on the social media.

Traffic Police tows the Car

Mumbai Traffic Police personnel towed away a private car with a sick woman sitting in rear seat and breastfeeding her seven-month-old baby.

Mumbai Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Amitesh Kumar has ordered an urgent investigation by Deputy Commissioner of Police West (DCP-West).

According to the information, a young woman in her mid-20s, was sitting in her white car with her seven-month-old child when a towing van suddenly picked up and started towing it away.

The woman begged and pleaded the Traffic Police personnel to stop the towing with towing officer, a traffic policeman believed to be named Shashank Rane, who was not wearing his name badge while on duty, which is against the rules of Maharashtra Police.

She also flashed her medical prescription from window and told the videographer that she was sick and was breastfeeding her hungry child, which was visible as car was being towed away mercilessly.

Despite the desperate pleas by her to Traffic cop to stop towing as something untoward could happen to both woman and child, he appeared unconcerned and continued speaking on his mobile phone.

Woman claimed that two other vehicles parked there were not picked, but her car was chosen for towing without listening to her desperate pleas.

Source - ptinews.com

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