Published On: Fri, Sep 30th, 2016

Indian woman bus conductor bites two students!


Indian woman bus conductor bites two students!

Fight broke out after students travelled on footboard of the bus.

Bengaluru: High drama prevailed at Kamagondanahalli bus stop on Thursday morning when a woman bus conductor and three college students locked horns over a trivial row.

The conductor bit two of the students and got roughed up by the latter. A traffic cop, who was present near the spot, tried to pacify them, but failed. The scuffle went on for sometime and both the parties later registered police complaints at the Gangammangudi police station. It all started on a BMTC bus (route no. 401-A) bound for Yelahanka from Peenya. The woman conductor, Aruna, attached to the Depot No. 9 in Peenya, observed that three college students, all from M.N.Technical Institute, were travelling on the footboard of the bus.

When she told them not to travel on footboard and get inside the bus, they mocked at her, which is said to have triggered the incident.

Indian woman bus conductor bites two students! (2)Aruna then told them to produce their students’ passes and refused to return. She told them to collect the passes later from the Peenya depot. The three students, Pawan, Puneeth Gowda and Guru Praveen, protested and got into an argument with her. When the bus reached Kamagondenahalli bus stop the conductor and the students started roughing up each other. In the melee, Aruna bit the hands of Pawan and Guru Praveen. The students pushed her to the ground and a traffic policeman tried to intervene. A crowd too gathered at the spot and many got busy recording the quarrel on their camera phones.

Later the two parties were taken to the Gangammangudi police station where they slapped complaints on each other. While Aruna lodged a criminal complaint against the three students for obstructing a public servant from discharging duties, and criminal assault on a public servant; the three students filed a counter complaint against Aruna act of biting and verbally assaulting two students. The police have registered cases.

Courtesy: DC


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