Violation of Motor Vehicle Act cost bike rider expensive, fined 1 lakh 13 thousand

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Madhya Pradesh News: According to the challan that has been done by the Transport Department, Prakash was driving without wearing a helmet and his vehicle did not even have a registration number.

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  • Last Updated:January 14, 2021, 5:05 PM IST

Bhopal. The Regional Transport Office in Raigarh district (Chhattisgarh) has imposed a large fine on a person from Madhya Pradesh for violating several laws of the new Motor Vehicle Act. This is considered to be the largest amount of fine imposed on any two-wheeler under the amended Motor Vehicle Act 2019 in Chhattisgarh.

The name of the violator of the rule is being told Prakash Banjara. He is a resident of Amarpura village in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh. The man was selling water-collecting drums on a two-wheeler when the traffic police stopped him to look for papers near DIB Chowk in Raigad city. Transport Department officials along with the policemen examined his papers.

Accused of driving without a helmet
According to the challan made by the Transport Department, Prakash was driving without wearing a helmet and his vehicle did not even have a registration number. He bought this two-wheeler from Madhya Pradesh and went to Raigad to sell water drums without registering the vehicle.Bike rider broke these rules

Transport Department has imposed a fine of Rs 1,13000 on him for driving without registration number, insurance papers and driving license and not wearing helmet. In which Rs. 1000 has been imposed for not wearing helmet, Rs. 2000 for not insuring the vehicle, Rs. 5000 for not registering the vehicle and Rs. 5000 for not having a valid valid driving license. A major fine of Rs one lakh has been imposed by the vehicle vendor for violating CH -VII 182 A-1 during the sale of the vehicle.



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