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Police of this state will have to pay a double penalty for violating traffic rules
Police of this state will have to pay a double penalty for violating traffic rules

Lucknow: On September 1, a new traffic law came into force across the country. This law provides for heavy fines. Police will have to pay a double penalty for violating traffic rules in Uttar Pradesh. This order has been issued by the police chief of the state. UP DGP Omprakash Singh has issued an order saying that if the policemen violate traffic rules then they will be charged double fine.

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The DGP has said in the order that any officer and employee who has the responsibility of ensuring compliance with traffic rules if he himself is found to be in violation of these rules, will be charged double the amount imposed by the new Motor Vehicle Act against him. In fact, a video went viral on social media in the past, in which the state police was seen breaking the rules of traffic. According to the new rules, there is a provision to recover several times the fine from the drivers for violating the traffic rules.

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If a minor is caught while driving, then a fine of 25 thousand rupees and the owner of the vehicle will be punished for up to three years. Also, the registration of that vehicle will also be canceled. There was no penalty for minor on driving vehicle earlier. Apart from this, there was no penalty so far for not giving way to the emergency vehicle, but if you do not give way to such a vehicle, now you will have to pay a fine of Rs 10,000.

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