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Why does crime branch police interfere with traffic police works , i mean charging fines and also forfitting the bikes , even after so much collections for this police departments they dont contribute for road developements and controlling traffic but are busy collecting bribes from the lorry mens and other road users ( automotive)

By i wanted to rasise the question when they collect huge amounts of Money why dont they develope the roads

Asked by Sundeep Sarda, 02 Jun '09 05:54 pm
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Generally the Crime Branch police are there to investigate the theft cases. On the pretext of investigating the vehicles theft case, they used to stop the vehicles and demand for the RC Books, Insurance and Driving licence. They have no authority to levy any fine for the breach of traffic rules., and they will not issue any authenticated receipt for the money collected as fine duly signed by the police on the spot. But they will have with them the receipt already signed by the Traffic Police without date. They used to collect bribe and let off the victims. If we demand under the Right to Incormation Act, the copy of the duty diary of that particular police men, we can find a different entry there. There is no law in practical to question the open collection of bribe by the police, who are supposed to take action against the corruption under the Prevention of Corruption Act. The road development work is purely the responsibility of the Highways Department and the Local Administration D ...more
Answered by sarma sarma, 02 Jun '09 07:53 pm

 
  
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