Sisodia’s car found overspeeding, fined by traffic cops

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NEW DELHI: Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia’s car was found overspeeding by traffic cops who fined his driver at Khajuri Khas area in North East district. 

The traffic policemen on duty at Khajuri Khas Chowk present inside the interceptor vehicle detected the overspeeding car on June 12 evening and sent a message to the next junction to stop the car. 

“Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia was travelling inside the car which was stopped by the traffic policemen and a challan of Rs 400 was issued for overspeeding,” said a senior officer of the traffic department. 

Special commissioner of police (traffic) Muktesh Chander said that the policemen just did their duty.

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