At present, the amendment of the Motor Vehicle Act has been implemented in India in just 10 days. In such a situation, the Gujarat government has reduced many fines of traffic rules. The Gujarat government has reduced the penalty from 25% to 90% for violating traffic rules by the Center. State Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has given the reason for this. In such a situation, it is now believed that other states can also reduce the fine. Let me tell you, in the new Motor Vehicle Act, the state government has been given the right to reduce some fines. Let's know in full detail
For your information, the Central Government has imposed a fine of Rs 1000 for tripling on the bike. In such a situation, the Gujarat government has reduced the penalty on two-wheeler for tripling and overloading by 90% to 100 rupees. Apart from this, the Center has kept an invoice of Rs 5,000 for driving without a license, which the Gujarat government has reduced to Rs 3,000. Similarly, in the new motor vehicle rule, the fine for not installing helmets and seatbelt was Rs 1,000, which has now been increased to Rs 5,00 in Gujarat. Apart from this, the fine on the speed limit cross tax has been increased from Rs 2,000 to Rs 1,500. Apart from this, the penalty without certificate of pollution control, driving license, the registration certificate has also been reduced.
According to media reports, the new fines in Gujarat will be implemented from 16 September. However, the government has not made any change in the fine for driving drunk and breaking the traffic signal, because the central government has not made any provision to change them. So far, this act was not implemented in the Congress ruled states of Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab besides Gujarat. Such Karnataka government is also saying that if the penalty is reduced in another state, then that too can be considered.
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