Bikers following, performing stunts behind Trudeau’s convoy apprehended; in Mumbai
While Canadian Premiere Justin Trudeau’s visit has attracted many controversies, his Mumbai’s visit had some interesting news as well.
It turned out that two bikers, who allegedly followed the convoy of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and performed stunts on a road, were arrested.
Identified as Fakaruddin Mohammad Hanif Ansari (18) and Mohammad Ansari (20), the two hail from Dharavi.
Police apprehended them both, police confirmed.
The incident occurred on Monday at around 7.30 pm near the Bandra-Worli Sea Link when Trudeau’s convoy was moving towards the Hotel Taj Mahal Palace in South Mumbai from the Airport, he said.
Police had made security arrangements for the VVIP movement. It had halted traffic and also cordoned off the road for smooth passage of the visiting Prime Minister’s convoy, the officer said.
The two bikers were following his convoy. After the convoy passed from the area, the two bikers seeing the empty road sneaked into the security cordon near Kalanagar and started performing stunts, he said.
They were stopped near the Sea Link and initially taken into custody. The two bikers were then taken to the Bandra police station and interrogated for their intentions, the officer said.
According to the officer, the duo was produced before a local court and were remanded into judicial custody till March 3.>