Varanasi Guy Wrote THIS On His Bike’s Number Plate, Police Seized The Vehicle (Photo Credit: Twitter)
Ever since the penalties of the new Motor Vehicle Act has been revised, people are more conscious and abiding by the traffic rules. And, then there is a guy from Varanasi who recently purchased a bike and wrote a line on the number plate which will surely tickle your funny bone.
The guy was riding his bullet bike and was stopped by Police inspector Rajiv Ranjan Upadhyaya from Bhelpur police station for not having registered number on his bike. Instead of writing (A/F) which means applied for, he had stickered it with ‘Aai Tah Likhayi’ in Bhojpuri meaning will put the number when it comes.
After this, his bikes was seized and taken to the police station and the officer said to him, ‘’Theek Ho Jab Number Likhayi Tab Thane Se Jai’’ which means when the number is put on the plate then only the bike will leave the station.
Recently, the SSP of Varanasi city ordered campaign of strict checking of documents of the vehicles. When the police officer asked the guy for the documents of his bike, he was not carrying any papers.
And, when he was asked why he wrote this on number plate then he said that he also has not received the registration number. After this, police seized his bike and took it to the police station.