Police caught youths doing extortion by becoming fake RTO in Kanpur, the newspaper man had complained

Police caught youths doing extortion by becoming fake RTO in Kanpur, the newspaper man had complained

In the early hours of Tuesday, near the Uriara intersection of the Bidhnool area, three youths who were recovering by stopping heavy vehicles posing as fake RTOs, were caught by the police. The police interrogated him throughout the day. However, the police are denying the matter of recovery as RTO. Police say that the youth was intoxicated.

In the early hours of Tuesday, the accused youths stopped a loader laden with newspapers and asked for RC and insurance papers from the driver. The driver showed the paper. After this, when the accused asked about the goods loaded in the loader, the driver informed them about the newspaper being loaded. He then returned the paper to the driver and asked him to leave.

When the loader driver reached the police station and informed the police about the incident, after reaching Uriara's intersection, the police caught the three from the spot. All three accused are residents of Pipauri village. The police did not reveal the names of the accused. At the same time, the station in charge Yogesh Kumar Singh told that the three youths were intoxicated. The police denied the fact of making the recovery by becoming a fake RTO.

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