Man threatens to kill cops regulating traffic, held
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Private firm employee Akshay Wanage (28) of LBS Road in Mulund was arrested Thursday for allegedly threatening and getting into a scuffle with on-duty traffic cops who tried to stop him near Nahur Railway Station at around 12.30 pm.
"Construction work near the railway station causes traffic jams. The constables were opening one traffic lane at a time. Wanage, who was on a motorcycle, overtook some vehicles in a closed lane and tried to speed through," said inspector P M More, in-charge of Mulund Traffic Chowky.
Constable Ramesh Jadhav stopped Wanage and asked him to fall in line. But the motorcyclist got into a scuffle with Jadhav and threatened to kill him if he ever stopped him again.
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