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Government has issued new traffic rules & regulations which has been implemented from 1st September 2019. The police across the nation has started issuing heavy challans those who are braking the traffic rules.
The Gujarat Chief Minister Mr Vijay Rupani on Tuesday, has come up with strong decision. He has reduced the fine amount under the new Motor Vehicles Act. The Chief Minister Mr Vijay Rupani has announced on Tuesday at Gandhinagar that the fines announced by Government are very high, so he has decided to reduce them after the proper planning.
The C M Mr Vijay Rupani has announced in a brief manner. As per the new traffic rules the penalty of Rs 1,000 for not wearing the helmet but as per the updated announcement in Gujarat the fine amount for not wearing helmet will be Rs 500. Even as per new traffic rules for not wearing seat belt the fine of Rs 1,000 but in Gujarat it will be Rs 500.
The Gujarat government has not changed all the penalties. Like the driving a vehicle without driving license will invite a penalty of Rs 2,000 for the motor vehicles and Rs, 3,000 for the rest, so the fine of Rs 5,000 as per the new rule is applicable across the nation even at Gujarat state.
There is no change in the rules of driving license, insurance, PUC, RC book. The challan for all the above will remain the same as per the new traffic rules.
Now a days the heavy penalties in the new Motor Vehicle Act has become a headline. It has become a current topic to discuss among people. Everyone is having different perspective on the new traffic rules. Some are happy with the Government decision while some are complaining about the same.
The Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has appreciated the decision, according to him it was very necessary to bring such strict rules then only people will force to obey the traffic rules. It is beneficial for nation only as it will reduce the accidental cases and will make discipline environment.
After Gujarat, Tamil Nadu is deciding to reduce the fine amounts. Senior officers want to decrease the penalties & The Tamil Nadu CM Edappadi will be giving a go ahead for only 23 modifications and will reduce the hefty fine as well.