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This man hit a biker, dragged his motorcycle for over 100 meters – No one stopped him

A video showing a man adorning orange scarf, driving a Tata Safari bearing license plate UP 16BL 2333, which had Hindu Yuva Vahini plastered all over, has gone viral. In the video, you can see the man is checking the front bumper of his Safari, trying to fix it from the damage.

The video then shows a motorcycle lying on the ground, the biker of this motorcycle is nowhere to be seen. In the meantime, the Safari driver has gotten back into the car, and drove off.

Soon the recorder of the video asks what happened. To this eye witnesses say that the driver of the said Safari, had hit a biker some 100 meters back, and had fled from the scene. In the aftermath, the biker got thrown off his bike, while the bike got stuck under the front right tyre.

The Safari driver dragged the bike for over 100 meters from accident spot, while leaving the biker to die on the road. Watch the video below.

Such instances of abuse of power are a common phenomenon in India where some political leaders and their kith and kin think they are above the law and can dictate terms on the road.

Some time back, Munnu Pawar, son of a politician Manturam Pawar who along with his friends thrashed up bikers for not allowing their SUV to overtake. The incident occurred on Independence Day, was captured on video by a passerby and had recently gone viral across social media platforms.

The video shows Munnu and his friends thrashing the bikers with sticks and also hitting and kicking them. The reason, apparently the bikers did not let Munnu’s SUV overtake them at Pakahanjur in Kanker, Chhattisgarh.

The bikers apparently did not give politician’s son enough room to overtake their SUV. This angered Munnu who sped past the bikers and forced them to stop and then along with his friends thrashed them mercilessly. Besides hitting the victims, Munnu and his friends also threatened them with dire consequences if they so much as dared to complain to the police.

Manturam Pawar, rather than apologizing for his son’s actions, backs his son wholeheartedly stating that such instances of road rage are common while the police are free to take any action against his son. However, to date no complaint has been lodged against Munnu and his friends.

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