People change their way on seeing the police. Especially those people who are afraid of being challaned. But there are many people who save their challan money by lighting the lamp of their mind. The video of one such person is going viral these days.
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If you are driving on the road, then you will be well aware of the traffic policemen and their challans. Those who do not have the papers of vehicles. They change their way on seeing the policemen. Or else they find some excuse in their mind. So that their challan is saved and many people save their challan by doing this. One such video is also in discussion these days. Where a person put his mind completely like uncle Chaudhary and saved his challan.
As we all know that if you are driving a bike or scooty without a helmet then it is absolutely illegal. There are many people who walk without a helmet and on seeing the policemen, they get down and start walking so that they are not challaned. A similar trick has been adopted by a boy who was riding a scooty without a helmet, but as soon as he saw the police, he started walking on his scooty. The video of this person is now becoming increasingly viral. The one everyone is watching.
In the video, you can see that on seeing the policeman, a person gets off his scooty and starts pushing the scooty on foot. Seeing him, it seems that his scooty is bad and in this way he leaves in front of the police and the police does not say anything to him. Now as soon as he goes a little further, he starts the scooty and disappears from there with the speed of a bullet. A blogger passing by records this whole scene in his camera.
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This video has been shared by an account named Instagram handle leki_goswami01. Till the time of writing the news, crores of people have seen it and their respective reactions are being given by commenting on it. Commenting on the video, a user wrote, ‘What a cool mind the boy has run.’ While another user wrote, ‘This is a ninja technique to fool the police.’ Another user wrote, ‘This technology should not go out of India.’