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Youth rides shirtless in Sarayu river of Ayodhya: Arrested after viral video

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The localities of Ayodhya City in Uttar Pradesh were in turmoil after a young man rode a motorbike in the river. The video, which has now gone viral on the Internet, shows a young man riding a motorbike across the river. The video went viral on social media and the police gave praise after they watched the video.

A video of the man crossing the river has gone viral on the Internet. Ayodhya police were aware of the matter and issued an email to the person. Ayodhya police issued a fine for riding a shirtless motorbike into the river.

Police issued punishments for three counts – riding a stunt bike, operating a two-wheeler without a helmet and failing to follow any legal instructions given by the competent authority. The police issued the warrant under sections 194 D of the 1988 MVA, 129 of the CMVA, 179 of the MVA.

A photo of the young player sitting behind bars went viral on the Internet following the incident. However, the police did not talk about the reason for the arrest. The photo of the young man was shared online with his motorcycle.

The Sarayu River in Ayodhya is a sacred river and many visitors across the country come to the city to take a dip in the river.

Online chat has become popular

Topless youth riding on Sarayu River in Ayodhya: Arrested after viral video

Police have started sending messages online so they didn’t need any physical presence at the time of the incident. A small clip of the violation or even CCTV footage is enough evidence for the police to arrest you.

Most of the state police departments across India have started to issue e-mails in India. This is because electronic conversations are much more efficient and effective. E-Challans is currently being promoted because the police have put a lot of effort into stopping vehicles to give a challan. In the past, many policemen have been injured trying to stop vehicles. Some incidents also showed motorists not stopping even when police waved them off. In some cases, cars have hit police officials and have even carried them over long distances.

Police now use devices to click images of an offense such as illegal parking or a zebra crossing violation. The fine is then automatically sent to the violator’s registered mobile number. Police have even started using speed detection cameras that sense speed and automatically send trackers directly to violators. In addition, many forces have also begun using automatic speed detection cameras. With increasing rigor on the roads, it is likely that more people will start obeying traffic rules in the future.

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I am passionate about journalism and using new technology to spread news. I am also interested in politics and economics, and I am always looking for ways to make a difference in the world. I am the CEO of Janaseva News, and I am 24 years old.

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