Hyderabad Cop Video Goes Viral on Social Media with 5 Lakh Plus Views: Hyderabad Traffic Police is at long last making a move against a cop who was found on camera taking a pay off. The video, shot on a cell phone, rapidly turned into a web sensation via social media in the wake of being presented on the authority Facebook page of the Hyderabad Traffic Police last Friday.
Hyderabad Cop Video Goes Viral on Social Media with 5 Lakh Plus Views
Sridhar Vemula, a Hyderabad occupant, shared the moment long video that demonstrates a traffic cop pull over a middle-aged man on a bike for not wearing a helmet. Following a few moments of discourse, the man goes after his wallet and appears to hand over some money. The action cop takes the cash and releases the man. Minimum three other traffic police staff can be found on the edge – however, none of them have all the earmarks of being mindful of what is occurring.
Mr. Vemula shared the video on the Hyderabad Traffic Police’s Facebook page on March 17 saying the episode occurred before that night in Himayat Nagar. It took the Hyderabad Traffic Police an entire 24 hours to recognize the post. “Action will be taken….” they remarked in light of the video.
In the meantime, the video turned into a web sensation. Mr. Vemula’s underlying post was seen more than 500,000 views and shared more than 10,000 shares. The video was immediately reported on a progression of prevalent Facebook pages and YouTube channels, inciting solid responses and earning lakhs of views.
- On March 20, Hyderabad Traffic Police answered to the underlying post saying, “He is being expelled from Traffic Department and the disciplinary move will be made according to run the show.”
- “Why not also cancel the license of the person who is giving bribe? He is equally liable for wrongdoing,” commented one person.
- “Don’t blame to only the Hyderabad traffic police. The man (public) is also equally responsible for the shameful incident,” wrote Md Haseeb Uddin on Facebook.
- Meanwhile, others thought the penalty was excessive. “Give him punishment or suspend him without pay for a month,” wrote Mahesh Kumar.
- “If they were paid well this wouldn’t happen,” commented Harshita Makvana.
- “Request you to motivate them by providing perks and incentives. They take money coz (sic) salary is less. Hope you are aware of this,” wrote Nitin Kasera.
News Source: NDTV