India Mumbai traffic cop suspended for towing car with woman nursing her child

17:31  12 november  2017
17:31  12 november  2017 Source:   International Business Times

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Rakhi Mali inside the car .Twitter. In a shocking incident in Mumbai 's Malad area, a traffic constable towed away a car even as a woman sat in the backseat of the vehicle breastfeeding her child and requesting the constable to let them go as her baby was unwell.

Mumbai traffic cop tow away car with woman breastfeeding infant. The woman , whose identity is not available, was sitting in her white car with her seven-month-old child when a towing van suddenly picked it up and started towing it away.

person in a car looking out the window: mumbai malad © Twitter mumbai malad In a shocking incident in Mumbai's Malad area, a traffic constable towed away a car even as a woman sat in the backseat of the vehicle breastfeeding her child and requesting the constable to let them go as her baby was unwell.

The traffic cop was suspended from duty after the video of the act went viral on social media.

Here's what happened

The incident took place on SV Road in Malad west at around 5:30 pm on Friday when the traffic cop found the car parked in a no-parking zone on the busy SV Road.

The woman, who has been identified as Rakhi Mali, had gone to Malad with her husband and her seven-month-old child when the traffic police arrived and a towing vehicle started to haul away the car.

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Earlier, the cop even grinned and confirmed his name and the woman was also requested to alight from the vehicle before it was towed away, but she refused as she was nursing her 11 November 2017. India. Mumbai policeman suspended after towing car with woman breastfeeding infant.

However, despite pleas by the videographer and others to the traffic cop to stop towing as something untoward could happen to both woman and child , he Leave a Comment Your Email address will not be published. Title : Mumbai policeman suspended after towing car with woman breastfeeding infant.

Despite the helpless family and the onlookers requesting the traffic police, the constable named Shashank Rane did not let the couple go.

"My husband requested the traffic cop to take the fine amount and release our car. Our child is unwell and we wanted to rush to a doctor. However, the traffic cop was adamant and did not listen to us," said Mali.

The entire act was filmed by a bystander, who then uploaded it on Facebook.

One report said the woman even showed the bystander videograophing the act a prescription.

Mali can be heard shouting at the cop to stop the vehicle but Rane did not. The matter was resolved only after local police reached the spot.

Local reports also claimed the woman alleged the traffic cops did not tow away the vehicles parked there.

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The woman along with her seven-month-old baby. Cop Suspended For Towing Car While Woman Breastfeeds Infant, Video Goes Viral. # Mumbai Joint Commissioner of Police orders an inquiry into the case where 2 traffic constables were seen towing a car while a woman & an infant were still in it.

Hours after a video showing Mumbai Traffic Police personnel towing away a car with a sick woman sitting in the rear seat and breastfeeding her However, despite pleas by the videographer and others to the traffic cop to stop towing as something untoward could happen to both woman and child , he

"They ignored the two other vehicles, but towed away a car in which a woman with an infant was sitting. They don't have guts to take action against the other vehicles here," the woman said.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Amitesh Kumar subsequently said they were probing the incident.

"The DCP traffic (western suburbs) has been ordered to visit the spot and conduct an inquiry into the incident at once. It will be dealt with appropriately and sternly after the report is received tomorrow (Sunday)," said Kumar.

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