In a shocking incident, a DSP in a Hyundai Creta hits a VW Virtus. Interestingly, the lady says that she is a DSP (Deputy Superintendent of Police) and driving license holder since 2014. It is incredible to see that she was not even able to shift gears after the collision. We keep witnessing incredibly surprising incidents on the roads on a daily basis. However, it pains us a lot when we encounter the very authorities breaking the law who are meant to safeguard road safety. Let us take a look at the details of this latest case.
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DSP in Creta Hits Virtus
This video comes from Nikhil Rana on YouTube. This channel features content around road safety. On this occasion, a rather bizarre and concerning case has emerged from somewhere in Uttar Pradesh. As per the information in the video, a lady was driving the Creta. She hit the Virtus which was turning at a crossing. However, when the Virtus owner started recording the details of the Creta driver, he was surprised to see that the lady was not able to shift gears. The person sitting in the passenger seat was manoeuvring the gears. This is completely shocking.
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The details in the video also mention that she claims that she is the DSP. Also, she has a driver’s license since 2014. It is frustrating to see that anyone could have a DL in our country even though they have no idea about how a car functions. The man sitting in the passenger seat had to climb to the driver’s seat to move the car away from the scene. Thankfully, the speed of both cars was low. As a result, there was not much damage to either the Creta or Virtus. Still, this post is a gentle reminder about the condition of our law and order department.
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What We Think
We are sorry to experience the condition of the authorities in our country. The very people who are responsible for ensuring that the road safety protocols are vehemently observed are the ones who are breaking laws. We can only hope that situation gets better in times to come. We lose thousands of lives on roads each year. Most of them are due to the negligence of the drivers to follow traffic rules. Let us pledge to be responsible road users and encourage everyone around us to adhere to the regulations.
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