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Gurgaon traffic policemen apologise after successful intervention of ACP
It is a strange dichotomy but Indians normally do not trust Policemen. They would rather like to face a problem then to register a First Information Report (FIR) with the authorities. However, in a rare incident, both, a citizen of Gurgaon and the police authorities came together to resolve an ugly situation.

Nitin Rajput's complaint about Gurgaon traffic policemen that they beat him was taken seriously by ACP Mamta Kharb of Sector 51 police station and she resolved the matter amicably. Rajput was called in the police station and he was asked to recount the entire incident that happened. Since Kharb found the accused police personnel at fault, they were asked to pay the Challan money and return Rajput his license.

While the accused policemen tried to cook their own version of the incident, Kharb saw right through them. They were asked to apologize to Rajput, pay and return the license. When we spoke Nitin about this, he said, “I am satisfied with the outcome as I wanted the traffic police to understand their mistake and pay for the challan, which they had imposed on me.”

Previously, Nitin Rajput, a professional recounted an ugly incident whereby he was beaten by a Constable Praveen and SI Abhay Singh for allegedly jumping a red light. Rajput's side of the story was that he did stop when asked to do so but before he could understand anything, he was beaten up by the said person. The police personnel repeatedly hit him on the head and took away his license. Being an aware citizen, Rajput understood that it was within his right to report the police personnel involved and he did so.

Dialogue is the best way to resolve issues and Kharb proved the same through her pro-active involvement in the case. As for Nitin Rajput, even he showed that common people do not have to take everything handed down to them while lying down. Everyone has a voice; all we need is to raise it against any wrongdoing.

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