If you talk on mobile while driving the car, then your challan can be cut. We all know this but do you know that even if you park your car on the side of the road and talk in the phone, your challan can still be deducted. You heard right, now the driver will not be able to talk on mobile even after standing on the roadside vehicle, because if they are caught doing this, then their challan will also be deducted.
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According to the sources, soon challans will also be deducted from the Chandigarh Police Library on this side for those drivers who will stop on the roadside and talk on mobile. The challan of the driver will be deducted for the first time as a challan amount and the fine of Rs 1000 will be paid the second time.
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It is to be noted that this rule has been implemented under the new Motor Vehicle Act. According to senior police officials, drivers stop vehicles on the road without worrying about traffic. With this, they not only endanger themselves but also pose a danger to others.
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