A traffic constable was injured after he was dragged by a car he tried to stop at a check-post in south east Delhi’s Kalkaji area Sunday night, said police.
A group of traffic police personnel deployed at a check-post on the Ring Road had signalled the car coming towards Nehru Place to stop, but the driver decided to speed away, police added. Constable Hari Kishan (26) gave chase and grabbed the window next to the driver’s seat, said police.
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The driver did not stop the vehicle and kept driving due to which Kishan was dragged for a few metres and sustained injuries. The car came to a stop when two other police personnel gave chase on a motorcycle. Police arrested the driver from the spot and registered a case.