Police have recovered a fine of Rs 200 from the driver of AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi’s SUV, which was later brought to Maharashtra’s Solapur city, after the vehicle was found without a number plate, an official said. As per reports, Owaisi was traveling in a white colored Land Rover Defender which was recently launched in India starting at Rs.80 lakhs. He said the incident took place on Tuesday when Owaisi, who represents Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency in neighboring Telangana state, was in Solapur for an event. ( Owaisi invoice issued)
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Police officers rewarded with a cash reward of Rs 5,000
The policeman, who took action against his vehicle, was later given a cash reward of Rs 5,000 by the local police officials, the official said. The luxury SUV of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) party president Asaduddin Owaisi reached the government guest house located in Sadar Bazar area of Solapur, after which the politicians went to rest. However, Assistant Police Inspector Ramesh Chintankidi, who was on duty there at the time, noticed that the leader’s car did not have a number plate on the front side.
Asked Owaisi’s driver to pay the fine (Owaisi invoice issued)
He said Chintankidi asked Owaisi’s driver to pay the fine as the vehicle was without a number plate. After this some supporters of the AIMIM chief gathered outside the guest house, but soon senior police officers also reached the spot. He said that the traffic police inspector Chandrakant Wabal collected a fine of Rs 200 from the driver of the vehicle. Solapur Police Commissioner Harish Baijal then honored API Chintankidi with a cash reward of Rs 5,000 for his action, the official said. ( Owaisi invoice issued)