MP: 'I'm CM's brother-in-law', man threatens cops after traffic violation

24 Aug 2018 12:02 PM

MP: 'I'm CM's brother-in-law', man threatens cops after traffic violation

Updated 24 Aug 2018 12:02 PM

 Massive ruckus could be seen in Madhya Pradesh when the police officials along with traffic police officers stopped a car for regular checking for security purposes; as the family which was travelling in the car claimed to be Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s relatives.

The entire incident was recorded on a mobile phone camera, where two women and a man could be seen verbally fighting with the cops and threatening them of the consequences saying “he is brother-in-law of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan”.

In the video, a woman could be seen calling someone on phone and pressurizing the cop to speak to the person on call.

After imposing pressure on the cops, the family was allowed to leave without imposing a chalan.

Chief Minister on the other hand maintained silence on the matter and evaded a question on the incident saying “the law will take its course”. On being questioned if the woman seen screaming in the video is his sister, he said “I have thousands of sisters in Madhya Pradesh”. 

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