These days, the Motor Vehicles Act remains the biggest topic of discussion all over the country. This bill was first introduced in 2017 by Modi 2.0 led by PM Narendra Modi, but at the time this bill was hanging in the Rajya Sabha. In 2019, the Modi government achieved great success and this bill was passed in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha houses and from September 1 this law has been enacted. After the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act, now the traffic police can cut your challan by up to 10 times if traffic rules are broken.
Since the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act on behalf of the traffic police, challans of Rs 23,000 to Rs 59,000 have been deducted from people for breaking the rules. In such a situation, the question of people is that if any traffic policeman or any policeman breaks the rules of traffic, then how much challan will be deducted? In response to this question, Delhi Traffic Police has issued an advisory.
For your information, Delhi Traffic Police has issued an advisory on behalf of policemen regarding traffic violations. This order states - "Any authority which has the authority to enforce the provision of this Act (Motor Vehicles Act, 1988), if it commits an offense under this Act, he will be punishable for two times. "
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