The video shows one of the police officials shouting warnings to commuters as guns are pointed at them
Lucknow: A video shot in Uttar Pradesh's Badaun district showing police personnel pointing their guns at commuters and forcing them to hold up their hands while checking their vehicles, has gone viral. The video, shot at Bagren police outpost in Wazirganj, shows the outpost-in-charge Rahul Kumar Sisodia shouting threats at commuters, according to news agency IANS.
The video shows one of the police officials, surrounded by constables pointing their weapons at commuters, shouting warnings to them.
Police point gun at people during regular vehicle checking in Wazirganj, Badaun. (20.6.19) pic.twitter.com/N02fSAYwsx
– ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) June 24, 2019″Raise your hands. Open your legs. If you lower your hands, you'll be shot. Then don't say you were shot. Who will put on your helmet? You will be shot,” the police official is heard saying in the video, accessed by news agency..