Investigation revealed two activas with same number runs on city roads
A controversy has erupted after Vadodara city police control room issued e memos to a resident for not wearing mask. The memo has to be for someone but instead reached to other address. Furthermore it turns out to be two activa two wheelers of same registration number are moving on city roads.
Darshanaben Patel, wife of Chirag Patel who is involved in the travels business, has a black Activa. She was passing by Sardar Mandir School in Karelibaug police station area on 21-8-2020 on her Activa.
Meanwhile, an e-memo was received at their house send by the police for not wearing a mask and imposed a fine of Rs 1,000. The couple was shocked to see the e-memo as since the announcement of wearing a mask has been announced there is not a single day they have been walking out of the house wearing masks. Even so, they were shocked when the e-memo issued to them.
Meanwhile, shocking details came out when Chiragbhai Patel informed the traffic branch about the e-memo received in his wife’s name. It was revealed that the same number of black and white Activa is moving on city roads.
It was also learned that instead of giving an e-memo to the house of a minor carrying a white Activa, the traffic branch had sent an e-memo of Rs 1,000 fine in the name of Darshanaben Chiragbhai Patel, owner of black activa by speed post. The e-memo also carrying photo of the child having a white Activa.
Chiragbhai Patel, annoyed by the serious chaos of the traffic branch, is planning to lodge a police complaint against two Activas having the same registration number operating on city roads. He demand inquiry in the matter so that there will be no problem in future.
It is to be mentioned that, in order to control crime in Vadodara, the city police has set up CCTV cameras on the main roads. E-memos are issued by the traffic branch to drivers violating traffic rules.
Currently, as masks have been made mandatory in the Corona pandemic, drivers moving on city without wearing masks are being given e-memos and fined Rs 1,000. But, there are cases of haphazard e-memos being issued came to light in time to time.