SP workers' unique protest against the Motor Vehicle Act, seen begging on the road

Sep 16 2019 06:10 PM
SP workers' unique protest against the Motor Vehicle Act, seen begging on the road

Ghaziabad: New traffic rules have been implemented in the entire country from 1 September. According to the new traffic rules, the fine has been increased drastically. For example, a fine of Rs 2000 for not wearing a helmet, Rs 5000 for not having insurance, a penalty of up to 10000 has been made for non-documentation of pollution.

Recently, there have been reports of recovery of heavy fine from the general public from different areas of the country, after which the government had to issue a circular that vehicles should not be stopped only in the name of vehicle checking. Today, Samajwadi Party (SP) workers lodged their protest demanding to beg at the district headquarters to protest the huge increase in a penalty in traffic rules.

Begging was done under the leadership of SP worker Abhinav Singh. SP workers have announced to send the amount of begging to the Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari through SDM. During the program, an inspector has also given money, which has come in the limelight. Since the inspector is a government employee, people have been discussing various types of beggars against his government's begging.

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