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We often see in movies that Police cars chase criminals around the city in their vehicles but here is a real-life incident of the same.
Cops are seen chasing the criminals in a Mahindra Scorpio in this video. Scorpio is a popular police car in India due to its rugged design and excellent driving capabilities. That is why it attracted so many customers. The SUV’s tough nature has ensured that it has remained one of Mahindra’s best-selling SUVs for many years. Let’s look into the specifics of this case.
Hindustan Times has posted the video to YouTube. According to the video’s description, police in Punjab are on the hunt for drug peddlers. When police stopped two drug peddlers in their Swift Dzire at a checkpoint, they were found to be carrying heroin. They did, however, breach the barricades and drive away. Punjab Police began pursuing them in the Mahindra Scorpio Getaway truck right away. After a 10-kilometer chase, the police hit the criminal’s car from behind.
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However, they chose to speed down the busy street, colliding with other vehicles and two-wheelers in the process. The video appears to be a scene from a film. Finally, the criminals were apprehended and the drugs recovered from them. This is precisely why the police use the Scorpio as a patrol vehicle. It was only because of an SUV like Scorpio that the cops were able to hit the cars without getting hurt.
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