The new Motor Vehicle Act has been implemented in the country from September 1, 2019. Since the revised Motor Vehicle Act came into force, the amount of challan has been increased manifold across the country. In such a situation, if you violate the rules, then you have to fill a huge challan, so whenever you drive with a vehicle on the road, always follow the rules. Let's know in full detail
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Today we are going to tell you about a challan cut in Bihar. Recently, an auto driver in Bihar was fined Rs 1,000 for not wearing a seat belt while driving his auto, although an auto does not have a seat belt. On Saturday, an auto driver had to pay a minimum fine for not wearing a seat-belt in Saraiya of Muzaffarpur, Bihar, the police officer said.
SHO Ajay Kumar of Saraiya police station told the auto driver to pay a minimum challan as he was a very poor man. Therefore, he was asked to pay only 1 thousand rupees. To impose the minimum penalty amount, he was invoiced for the lowest amount. This was a mistake but it was done only to impose a minimum penalty on the driver.
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For your information, let us know that in various states across the country, there is a continuous heavy penalty for violating traffic rules because the new Motor Vehicles Act has increased the invoice amount for breaking the rules. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways notified the provisions of the revised Motor Vehicle Act 2019 last month. And it has been implemented in many states of India from 1 September.
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