Dinesh says that he was asked for the key of the Scooty by the traffic police as he did not carry the necessary documents, but Dinesh refused.
New Delhi| Violating the traffic rules from September 1 can burn a hole in your pocket. Thanks to the new Motor Vehicle Act that came into force from Sunday. A recent example of this has come to light in Gurugram, Haryana. In Gurugram, the traffic police Delhi has fined a man for ₹ 23000. The man named Dinesh Madan, a resident of Delhi had to pay a fortune for violating traffic rules. Dinesh was fined on September 2 near the District Court in Gurugram. Dinesh was driving his scooter while the police caught him for violations. The penalties are as follows:
No driving license – ₹ 5000
Riding Without registration certificate – ₹ 5000
Riding Without third party insurance – ₹ 2000
Violation of Air Pollution Standards – ₹ 10,000
Riding Without helmet – ₹ 1000
Dinesh Madan has been charged Rs 23,000 as challan by Gurugram Traffic Police,says,"I wasn't wearing helmet&didn't have Registration Certificate (RC).Traffic police asked me to give him my scooty's key but I denied. Immediately he printed a challan of Rs 23,000&seized my vehicle" pic.twitter.com/xCqi5iorea
— ANI (@ANI) September 3, 2019
Dinesh says that he was asked for the key of the Scooty by the traffic police as he did not carry the necessary documents, but Dinesh refused. He asked for a copy of the registration certificate from home. He also received an image of it on WhatsApp but before that, a receipt of ₹ 23000 was printed. Along with that, the vehicle was also seized.
Dinesh says that the fine could have been reduced if the police had waited for some time. “I want the penalty to be reduced. I will always carry all the documents together from now on,” Dinesh said.
The Delhi Traffic Police issued 3900 receipts on the first day of the implementation of the new rules. Of these, 557 were for dangerous driving, 42 overspeeding, 207 red light violations. Similarly, Noida Traffic Police made 1329 receipts on 2 September.
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