Watch: Two Gujarat cops dance with a woman, shower money while on duty

Two Gujarat policemen in uniform were caught on camera dancing with a woman and showering currency notes on her at a wedding function in Vadodara, prompting authorities to order a probe.

By: Press Trust of India | Vadodara | Published:May 22, 2015 8:13 pm

Two policemen in uniform in Gujarat were caught on camera dancing with a woman and showering currency notes on her at a wedding function in Vadodara, prompting police authorities to order a probe.

The video of the two on-duty cops shaking a leg at the festivities which took place around 10 days ago also went viral on Wednesday.

City Police Commissioner E Radhakrishana has ordered an inquiry against the two policemen, posted at city’s Kishanvadi police station.

Watch video here:

In the video, the two men were seen dancing with a woman at a marriage function and showering currency notes on her, Joint commissioner of Police (Crime branch) D J Patel, told PTI today. The names of the two cops were, however, not released.

In the 2.12-minute video, the two policemen were first seen holding the hand of the woman, attired in a black shimmering outfit while an old Hindi film song was heard in the background.

One of the cops was then seen dancing to the song with the woman while the other was seen showing currency notes to the woman. Later they both started showering notes on her.

The video surfaced last night and was shared on mobile messaging app and other social media websites.

Some people at the event were seen recording the act on their cell-phones.

According to sources, the incident occurred in Ajwa road area in the city during the marriage of a policeman’s daughter.

Police said that they will take appropriate action against the erring policemen after the inquiry is completed.

Dancing in uniform indicate that the cops were on duty and it surely amounts to an act of indiscipline, police said.

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    S.Gonesh
    May 22, 2015 at 10:33 pm
    The working time is too long. India need a Hindu calendar with its own working hours. Six hours a day is perfect with 7 days a week. More relaxed working time is needed. Humans need next fresh air, pollution free surroundings and violent free society.
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      Rakib
      May 22, 2015 at 9:56 pm
      What's so terrible about it? Dancing is part of life & dancing to Bollywood tunes is not new. After all, it was marriage of their colleague’s daughter. Such "encounters" shouldn't be discouraged.
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        Manmohan
        May 22, 2015 at 10:13 pm
        The real Dabangs.
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          Snprasad Papolu
          May 23, 2015 at 8:49 am
          Policemen too are human beings, citizens and have a normal life. People in India would be happy if they do not violate law, and take advantage of their position to commit any offences against women themselves or condone or aid those committed by others. But dancing with a lady not against her wish at a wedding function of one of their own families is altogether a different issue. We Indians too need to be more sensitive and tolerant towards the normal emotional and social activities of men in uniform in strictly personal situation without affecting public order or without use of their position to oppress someone. If not, the already wide social wedge between police and people will increase and the Ordinary people may suffer more because of the seething anger and frustration that can arise among men in uniform. Drop the matter and do not hound these simple folk! Folks that are simple in this aspect!
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            mir
            May 22, 2015 at 8:05 pm
            Modi gujarat as usually police can do any thing trained by modi 10 plus rule
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