Angered at the police, he set fire to his motorcycle

 Staff Correspondent |  Monday, September 27th, 2021 |  10:02 am
       

In Badda of the capital, a Pathao driver got angry with the police and set fire to his motorcycle. When the police wanted to file a case, the driver reportedly started the fire out of anger and frustration. According to sources, Pathao driver Sakhawat Ali (48) has suffered a lot in the Corona epidemic.

The video went viral on social media on Monday morning. As seen in the video, the man got angry over the case and spread petrol on his motorcycle and set it on fire. At that time, the people in the vicinity actually put out the fire by the person himself.

Officer-in-charge of Badda Police Station Abul Kalam told the media that the man had violated traffic laws in the Link Road area of ​​the capital and a traffic sergeant on duty wanted to see his documents. At this time he got angry and set fire to his motorcycle.

“We have brought the motorcycle and its driver to the police station,” he added. However, he was not brought to the police station for detention or any legal process. We brought him to Jingasabad.