On ‘hit and run’ cases, Shinde said – we will not let influential people disrupt the system

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Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Monday asserted the state administration’s “zero tolerance” towards any kind of injustice and directed the police to deal seriously with “hit-and-run” cases involving powerful and influential persons to ensure justice.

Mumbai. Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Monday stressed the state administration’s policy of “zero tolerance” towards any kind of injustice and directed the police to deal seriously with “hit-and-run” cases involving powerful and influential persons to ensure justice. “Hit-and-run” refers to an incident in which a person knowingly or unknowingly hits someone on the road with his vehicle and then flees from the spot.

Shinde’s statement came in the wake of a ‘hit and run’ incident in which a BMW car, allegedly driven by the son of a leader of the Shiv Sena led by him, crushed a 45-year-old pillion rider on a scooter in Mumbai, killing her.

Expressing deep concern over the increasing number of ‘hit-and-run’ cases in Maharashtra, Shinde said, “It is intolerable for powerful and influential people to create chaos in the system by misusing their position. My government will not tolerate such chaos in justice.” He underlined the importance of protecting the lives of common citizens and directed the state police to deal with these cases with top priority.

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