Woman Booked For Violating Lockdown Norms !! Video Goes Viral

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Cases under relevant sections has been filed against the woman who hurled abuses at the Chennai traffic Police who stopped her daughter’s car for violating lockdown protocols. A video of herself shouting at the cops went viral in social media platforms on Sunday. She who identified herself as an advocate, reportedly rushed to the scene after Police stopped her daughter’s car in Chetpet. The complaint was made by Rajith kumar, head constable at Chetpet traffic police station.

Rajith kumar, along with his colleagues Prabhakaran, Anand, Vimalraj was on duty at the Chetpet signal on Sunday from 6 am to 2 pm. The incident took place around 7.45 am. When the traffic police team stopped a car to inquire about the whereabouts as a part of the lockdown protocols,the drive who identified herself as Preethi Rajan from Kilpauk, reportedly told them that she is going to the beach to buy fish.

When the Police asked for an e-registration pass, she reportedly denied having it. After advising her not to venture out amidst the lockdown, the police official reportedly took her driving license and booked a case before handing over the e-challan to her. The woman called someone immediately and within minutes, another woman named Tanuja Kanthulla arrived at the spot in a high end car.

She reportedly started abusing the cops and threw away the e-challan in front of the Police. In the video which is doing rounds, Tanuja could be heard threatening Police to strip their uniform and also asks them to behave. Police said that she was not wearing a mask and behaved furious when she was asked to wear one.

Here’s the vdieo that is doing rounds in social media platforms :

Cases under five relevant sections were filed against Tanuja Kanthulla. Later, Preethi Rajan who is identified as Tanuja’s daughter also subjected to face legal case.

As soon as the video went viral in social media platforms, various kind of reactions condemning the mother and daughter duo has been surfacing in Internet.

Sections 270 (malignant act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life), 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant, 294 B (utters obscene words in public), 353 (assault of criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) and 506 (1) (Criminal intimidation) of Indian Penal Code were filed against Tanuja Kanthulla.

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