Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations; said- States can also make laws

Sep 11 2019 05:42 PM
Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations; said- States can also make laws

New Delhi: The Gujarat government has provided immense relief to the people by making changes in the new motor vehicle act of the central government. The fine has been halved by the state government. On this decision of the state government, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that the state governments also have the right to make laws and we have no problem in this.

Gadkari today said that in the penalty that has been fixed, the Central Government has given a gap of Rs 10 to Rs 100. It is not the government's purpose to earn revenue from fines. According to Nitin Gadkari, there are 5 lakh accidents every year in the country. Out of which one and a half lakh deaths occur and two and a half to three lakh people break their hands and feet, which is the highest in the whole world.

What is the decision of the Gujarat government?

The Gujarat government has given some relief to the people by making changes in the Motor Vehicle Amendment Act. Regarding the change, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has told that instead of 1000 rupees on the helmet in the state, a fine of 500 rupees will be imposed and besides this, now without the seat belt in the car, you will have to pay a fine of 500 rupees instead of 1000 rupees. This decision has been taken by the Gujarat government keeping in view the problems facing the common people. Explain that the government will implement the new changes from 16 September.

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