Bengaluru, July 22: Travelling in an auto in Bengaluru might be dangerous. Beware before boarding an auto rickshaw, check the back side of the rear seat.
Neha Agrawal, an IBM employee, had a horrendous experience while travelling in an auto. The incident occurred at busy Jayadeva Circle around 8 pm on Monday, July 20.
Neha, who was heading towards BTM, found a boy, a knife in hand, hiding behind the rear seat. She was brave enough to jump out of the auto and brought everyone's attention towards her.
She also took help from Bengaluru traffic police who rushed to the spot to help Neha. The cop did not waste any time and found the culprit.
While thanking the city police on their official Facebook page, Neha wrote, "The policeman took the auto driver out and when I told him he checked behind the back seat and there was a boy holding a knife in his hand."
"He started hitting both of them and then another policeman over there took me to a different auto, checked it first and then asked me to go in it."
Bengaluru Police have been doing a great job in the city. The traffic police once again showed that they will do anything to provide safety to people.
Neha and the traffic police, both did a commendable job. While the young woman acted fast with her presence of mind, the cop too was fast enough to take action against the culprit ensuring safety of the woman.
Here is what Neha wrote on the official Facebook page of Bengaluru Police: