Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations

0
9
Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations

Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations-  Amended Motor Vehicle Act to increase the penalty where most states consider it right. At the same time, some states are in protest. Meanwhile, the Gujarat government has reduced the amount of the fine without amending the Act. Argued that the amount could be reduced as a settlement. The Gujarat government has reduced several fines for violation of traffic rules by half.

Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations

Chief Minister said, ” We have chopped them. We have not touched most of the provisions, but have decided to reduce the amount of penalty in non-serious cases as settlement. On this, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that – ‘No state can change the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill. I am sure all the states will implement this to save the lives of the people. Gujarat government has not changed the act, but added the settlement clause. A new amount has been fixed for this. Actually this amount is to be recovered.

No state can get out of the Central Act: Gadkari

Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said – We have taken information from the states. As of now, there is no state which has said that it will not implement this act. No state can opt out of this act.

We are not encouraging traffic rules breakers: Rupani

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said – the state government is not encouraging those who break the rules by reducing the settlement amount of fines. We have exercised our right under article-200 of motor vehicle

Nitin Gadkari Defends Heavy Fines for Traffic Violations

In Gujarat, no longer wearing a helmet, Rs 500 instead of 1,000. The Penalty

Amended Motor Vehicle Act is in force from 1 September. Gujarat has reduced its impact significantly by reducing the settlement amount. The new rules will be implemented in Gujarat from 16 September. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.

5 states including Madhya Pradesh are also in opposition to higher fines, new rules are not yet applicable there

. Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu have not yet implemented the new rules. He says that the amount of fine is too much. He is therefore seeking legal opinion. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that the new law is very dangerous. Reviewing. Will think of implementing it after that.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here