Maskless couple got arrested for misbehaving with Delhi police, man blames wife

In a viral video, a Delhi couple was recorded arguing with a police officer who halted them for disobeying weekend curfew and not wearing a mask inside their car. The occurrence happened in Delhi’s Daryaganj area on Sunday. In the tape, the duo can be seen contending with the police.

At one point she shouts, “I will kiss my husband. Can you stop me from that?”. Presently, the man in the video has changed his standpoint and shifted the fault totally onto his wife. Earlier in April, the Delhi High Court made it necessary to wear face masks, even when alone inside their automobiles.

Despite the decision, still, the rebellious couple proceeded to argue with the law and declined to put on the mask. The couple moreover challenged the police to take action against the couple. Pursuing the incident, a case had been registered against the accused couple, Pankaj Dutta and Abha Gupta. Pankaj was supposed to be produced in court today.

Now, according to an interview of Pankaj the former concludes that his wife is to blame for the entire event. When questioned, he said that his wife provoked him and that he admits it was her fault.

He said that they had been fighting about masks before the incident. He moreover denied calling the cops names and said that it was his wife who had abused them verbally.

Meanwhile, the Delhi government has declared openly a one-week-long curfew till next Monday at 5 am from 10 pm on Friday amid rising cases in the state. “I always say all of Delhi is like a family. Even now we will face it together. We have won earlier, we will win again,” Kejriwal said in a press conference.

by Riya Sharma | Tue, Apr 20 - 12:41 PM

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