Sub-divisional police officer Sudarshan Patil and assistant police inspector Jeevan Mane seized the DJs and vehicles of the youngsters
Pune : Bhimashankar is not just a religious hotspot but is also frequented by tourists who love to enjoy the greenery. It was noticed that some tourists create public nuisance by increasing their car’s loud speaker and dancing on the streets. In order to discourage such behaviour on roads, Ghodegaon police have started taking action in the past week and cases have been registered against them under traffic rules and Maharashtra police Act.
Two teams of police in private vehicles are on constant patrol to take action against such miscreants.
Sub-divisional police officer Sudarshan Patil and assistant police inspector Jeevan Mane seized the music systems and vehicles of the youngsters and took action against them.
Speaking about the action taken, Pune Pulse Sub-divisional police officer Sudarshan Patil said, ” Many want to create videos for social media platforms. They put on loud music, honk unnecessary and sometimes use the car music system as background to dance on the roads. Public is complaining about such behaviour to us and we have started taking action. So far, action has been initiated on 24 people.”
Patil added that the troublesome tourists get into a fight with the residents when their behaviour is questioned.
“We warned them too but they did not listen. So, we had to unleash mild lathi charge. We detained them, seized their vehicles too. Bikers are also involved in such acts. To maintain the peace and sanctity of the place, we had to take such action, ” Patil informed