Man vandalizes 8 vehicles over parking issue; held

  • | Wednesday | 27th September, 2023

Nashik: The police have arrested a suspect for allegedly damaging eight cars in three areas of the city in the early hours of Monday.The suspect, identified as Nitin Raut from Vihitgaon, alleged damaged card which were parked in Deolaligaon, Vihitgaon and Wadner Road around 2 am on Monday.According to the police, Raut had an argument with a person of Vihitgaon area and was angry with the person as he was parking the vehicle on the road. Raut even demanded money from the man and had also threatened of smashing his vehicle. At around 1.20 am on Monday, Raut allegedly damaged the concerned persons vehicle and the other vehicles in the area. The incident came to light around 6 am, when the vehicle owners were informed about the damage to their vehicles. This is the third such incident in the Nashik Road area. Two months ago, vehicles were damaged and set on fire in Vihitgaon area. following which the police had registered a complaint and had arrested the suspect. A few days later, some cars were again ransacked in the Datta Mandir area. The police had managed to arrested the suspect involved in this case too. The Upnagar police said they are investigating the case.We also published the following articles recentlyPune: Heavy vehicles entry banned on canal road in Sinhagad Road areaTo ease traffic congestion during ongoing flyover work on Sinhagad Road in Pune, the traffic police have restricted heavy vehicles from using the parallel canal road. One-way traffic flow has also been introduced on some stretches, but drivers are not following the rules. Activists have called for the installation of height barriers on the canal road to restrict heavy vehicle movement. Additional manpower has been deployed by the traffic police to manage traffic during rush hours, and the civic body has been asked to clear encroachments to streamline vehicular flow.3 of gang that stole vehicles arrestedA 25-year-old man, Rahul Kumar, was arrested in Gurgaon for his alleged involvement in a series of snatching and car theft cases since 2020. He was released from jail two months ago and was wanted in five cases. Rahul and his associates would steal two-wheelers and sell them in Nuh and Rajasthan. The police believe that they are part of a larger network involved in vehicle theft and other criminal activities.Indore has one vehicle for every 3 personsIndore, the cleanest city in India, is facing increasing traffic jams and air pollution due to the growing number of private vehicles. With one vehicle for every three people in the city, the means of public transportation, which includes around 22,000 vehicles, is unable to meet the demand. The district has a population of around 43 lakh, with 16 lakh vehicles registered, including 4 lakh cars. The purchase of new vehicles, especially private two-wheelers and cars, has seen a sudden jump after the COVID-19 outbreak.

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