A truck driver was fined Rs 2 lakh 500 for violating traffic rules in Delhi. It is reported that the truck was caught at Mukarba Chowk. The driver was invoiced for not having a driving license, registration, permit, pollution certificate and not wearing seatbelt, including overloading. This is the highest fine ever in the country under the new Motor Vehicle Act. Last highest fine was also collecting a truck driver in same week.
How much penalty was imposed on which item
Reason ——– Reason
Overload weight ————- 20 thousand
18 tons extra loaded weight ———- 36 thousand
Driver did not have driving license – 05 thousand
Registration certificate was not there – 10 thousand
Did not have a fitness certificate — 10 thousand
Permit was violating – 10 thousand
No pollution certificate —- 10 thousand
There was no insurance policy — 04 thousand
Uncover was construction material — 20 thousand
Driver without seat belt – 01 thousand
Truck owner fined – 74.5 thousand
Recently, a truck driver from Rajasthan was fined Rs 1,41,700 in Delhi. Then it was the largest amount of penalty. However, the truck driver paid the full fine in Rohini court on September 9, the truck was released.
A similar case of traffic fine was found in Odisha, a truck driver was fined 86,500 rupees after violation of traffic rules in Sambalpur district of Odisha. The truck driver argued with the policemen for about 5 hours, after which 70 thousand rupees were taken from him.
Not only this, a bike driver was fined with 23 thousand in violation of traffic rule, and the auto driver had to pay 59 thousand rupees. Traffic police in big cities like Delhi, Gurugram, Bengaluru have so far recovered lakhs of rupees by cutting challans.
In this latest case, the Transport Department’s Enforcement team on Wednesday late evening cut a challan of Rs 2,005,00 for a Haryana number truck, which is being called the country’s largest traffic challan. The Delhi government has not yet issued a notification under the Motor Vehicles Act as amended by the central government. For this reason, challans are still being sent to the court in Delhi.
In an another case in Sector 62, Noida, a car owner lost his life when he suffered a heart attack during a noose from the traffic police. The constable of the traffic police stopped his car with a stick in the name of checking the papers.