Viral Video: Shameful! VIP Culture Under Fire, Deputy Tehsildar Fined for Flashing Red-Blue Light on Car, Watch

Examine the viral video issue about the fine imposed on an Uttar Pradesh Tehsildar for utilizing symbols of VIP culture. Learn about the government's reaction to the incident, which highlighted the state's crackdown on VIP privileges, and the outcry on social media.

Viral Video

Viral Video: Every now and again, thousands of videos go viral on social media. On the other hand, some videos cause a lot of controversy, and the associated video becomes popular on social media and elsewhere. These days, there’s another video that’s becoming popular on social media showing a Tehsildar sahab getting fined by the police for adhering to VIP culture and paying a severe price. In light of this, let us to go into further depth regarding this occurrence.

VIP Culture Controversy Unfolds

In his own car, the deputy Tehsildar of Mihipurva Tehsil in Uttar Pradesh was headed somewhere. His car was speeding on the road and had a red-blue light that was flashing constantly, giving off the impression that it belonged to a VIP culture. In the meantime, Traffic Inspector Anendra Yadav pulled up the Tehsildar’s car close to Deha on Balrampur Road in the vicinity of Dargah Police Station and gave the fresh directives from the UP government. The traffic police swiftly cited the officer’s car for breaking government regulations and issued a Rs. 2500 challan.

The video of this entire episode has been released from an ex-handle named “Ghar Ke Kalesh” in which Naib Tehsildar Mohammad Arshlan is seen driving his personal vehicle with a red light. This video, which is now going viral on social media, is making a lot of headlines.

Government’s Stance on VIP Culture

The government of Uttar Pradesh is quite stringent regarding the state’s VIP culture. Yogi Adityanath, the state’s chief minister, made it apparent during a recent meeting with the officials that public works should take precedence over VIP culture. In such a scenario, all vehicles other than government vehicles are instructed to remove their hooters and red-blue lights. The government has made it apparent that car owners who violate the guidelines by displaying VIP culture would face consequences.

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