Will look into ‘harassment’ of church-goers by cops: Goa CM
Press Trust of India | Panaji Last Updated at July 29, 2019 13:15 IST
Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Monday assured the Assembly that he will look into complaints of police harassment by church-goers in Colva village in south Goa.
Raising the issue, NCP MLA Churchill Alemao said traffic police personnel were penalizing people riding to the church service on an internal road without helmets.
In response, Sawant said the police was doing its duty by penalizing those violating traffic rules.
“Traffic rules should be followed. But, still, if someone is harassing them, I will inquire into it,” the CM told the House.
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