Varanasi: Traffic police is continuously campaigning against fancy number plates in Uttar Pradesh. From today onwards, it has been mandatory to write their registration number as per the standard. If not done, a provision has been made to pay a fine of Rs 5000. Even after that, fancy number plates continue to be seen.
One such fancy number plate was noticed by SSP Amit Pathak, whose registration number was written in small letters and Akhilesh Yadav in big letters. Seeing this car, he first stopped the car and then along with his team sent it to the Baragaon police station for necessary action. According to the information, SSP Amit Pathak, passing by the canal bridge located in Babatpur, Badagaon, looked at this Scorpio, whose number plate had Akhilesh Yadav written on the number letter.
SSP Amit Pathak sent a person of Wajidpur village along with Scorpio to the local police station with the help of the ongoing scort. In this regard, police has started taking action in the Motor Vehicle Act. According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways website 'Transport dot gov.in', the car is registered under the name Moolchand & Lalman. According to the data given on the website. The assurance of this vehicle has also ended in October last year.