Businessman arrested for threatening traffic cop
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Police arrested a local businessman on Thursday for allegedly threatening a traffic police constable by pointing a pistol at him after the constable asked him to show his driving license in Chowk area.
According to the police, Vijay Kumar, who runs a car garage in Aliganj area, was travelling on a motorbike and jumped the traffic signal near Convention Centre. When Constable Pramod Gupta caught him and asked him to show his driving license, Kumar started an argument and later threatened the cop by pointing a pistol at him, police said. However, Kumar was caught by the policemen present there and brought to police station where a case was registered against him for obstructing a public servant from discharge of duty.
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