FIR Registered Against Poonam Pandey For Violating Lockdown In A BMW

by Jatin Chhibber | 16/05/2020
13 0
Indian model Poonam Pandey has been busted for roaming around the city without any reason. The police officials have also seized her BMW 5-series

Our country is going through the third phase of nationwide lockout and Mumbai is among the worst-hit cities in India, with new cases being reported on an everyday basis. Police officials along with other frontline workers are working 24x7 to prevent this deadly pathogen from spreading but it looks like some people are still not taking things seriously. In a recent incident, an FIR has been registered by Mumbai Police against the famous B-grade actress and model Poonam Pandey for violating lockdown.

FIR Registered Against Poonam Pandey For Violating Lockdown In A BMW

ALSO READ

Owner Drives BMW SUV From Noida To Meerut During Lockdown To “Buy Vegetables”

Moreover, her BMW car has also been seized by the officials. The case was filed after Poonam Pandey and her friend, one Sam Ahmad, were found roaming around the city in a BMW 5 Series without any legit reason. The Marine Drive Police filed a case against both of them for breaking lockdown regulations.

The BMW 5 Series in which they were roaming around the city belongs to Ms Pandey. A case was filed against both the offenders under section 269 (Negligent act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life) and 188 (Disobedience of order duly promulgated by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and under provisions of the National Disaster Act.

front-look-of-the-police-check-post

ALSO READ

Maruti S-Presso Delivered During Lockdown As Select Dealerships Reopen

Moreover, this is not the first time that the model Poonam Pandey has done something like this. She regularly makes it to the news for all the wrong reasons and is even among the most controversial models on social media.  Furthermore, this is also not the first time that the police officials have seized a vehicle for violating nationwide lockdown. We've already come across videos that show cops taking strict actions against offenders. The Indian government has requested the citizens of India to stay at homes to prevent this contagious virus from spreading further. The ongoing nation-wide lockout is expected to be partially lifted on 17th May 2020. Stay tuned to IndianAuto for reports on how the ongoing situation has affected the entire car market of the country and how the carmakers plan to combat the huge sales slowdown that has gripped the market. 

Would you like to receive notifications with latest news and car deals from IndianAuto?