Vivek Oberoi apologizes to Mumbai Police for not wearing mask and helmet while riding the bike

Vivek Oberoi has given a conciliatory sentiment to the Mumbai Police for spurning traffic rules. The entertainer was fined for not wearing a helmet and a mask while riding a bike.


Vivek Oberoi has given a conciliatory sentiment to the Mumbai Police for spurning traffic rules.

After the Mumbai Police fined Vivek Oberoi for riding a bike without wearing a protective helmet and a mask, the entertainer has now taken to web-based media to give a conciliatory sentiment.

VIVEK OBEROI'S APOLOGY

Vivek posted the conciliatory sentiment on his Twitter handle and said thanks to the Mumbai Police for committing him to understand his error. The entertainer stated, "Pyaar humein kis mod pe le aaya! Nikle they nayi bike standard murmur Aur Hamari Jaan, Bina protective helmet ke kat Gaya challan! Riding without a helmet? Mumbai police will do a checkmate! Thank u @mumbaipolice for causing me to understand that security is in every case generally significant. Be safe, wear a helmet and mask.”


 

Vivek had posted a video on Valentine's day where he is seen riding his new Harley Davidson with spouse Priyanka Alva Oberoi riding pillion. He stated, "What a beginning of this dazzling valentine's day with Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh! A reviving drive around without a doubt!" The entertainer is seen energized for his new bike in the video. He at that point takes it for a turn with his better half. Vivek's is seen riding around Mumbai without wearing a protective cap or a veil.

 

 

FIR AGAINST VIVEK OBEROI

Vivek's video began doing adjusts via online media after which Santacruz traffic police gave an e-challan of Rs 500 against the entertainer for not wearing a helmet. An FIR was likewise enlisted against Vivek Oberoi in Mumbai's Juhu police headquarters on February 19. The FIR was recorded against the entertainer for not wearing a Mask. With Covid cases again ascending in Maharashtra, the city's organization had cautioned on February 18 to indict the individuals who abuse the required cover rule. 

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