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Gurgaon Police will take stringent measures to tackle errant bikers
Bikers in Gurgaon have been creating menace on the streets by not only neglecting traffic rules, but on instances have also been involved in the chain-snatching and sexual harassment cases.

As a result of which the Gurgaon Police have decided to take action against such errant bikers.

In order to check such incidents, the new police commissioner, Navdeep Singh Virk, has prepared a blueprint. He tried to highlight the areas where such criminal activity has been taking place. So, to put a check on such activities, the commissioner has assigned policemen for night patrolling.

It is reported by police officials that the police would move away from routine barricading and specific spots have been identified in the city, where bikers would need to slow down and cops can check them.

Palam Vihar, MG Road, Sushant Lok, Civil Lines, including other places are on the police radar and officals will be stationed to keep an eye on these areas.

A senior officer cleared how these bikers presence in society adds upto the chain snatching cases, "It is unfortunate that we have not been able to stop the bikers from fleeing after they commit a crime. But the cops are now planning to adopt a strategy through which we hope the crime rate would come down."

He further added, "We are aware of the situation, which is why we have decided to conduct a drive with special emphasis on certain areas of the city from where we receive more complaints. This drive will continue in different parts till the menace is checked," as reported by TOI.

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