Motor Vehicle Act

Motor Vehicle Act

  • Odisha

    Scooter In Odisha Fined Rs 1 Lakh By Transport Authorities

    Cuttack: Kare Koi, Bhare Koi (Someone else pays for someone else's mistakes).. A brand new Honda Activa scooter was seized from the vehicle owner by Cuttack Regional Transport Officials after they discovered that the concerned dealer had reportedly delivered the vehicle without registration. During vehicle checking near Barang area in Cuttack on September 12, the Activa being driven...

    • 3 hrs ago
  • Home

    'Pay Sugarcane Dues First': Protest Against MV Act Turns Violent in U'khand as Farmers Set Ablaze Bikes

    New Delhi: Hefty fines under amended Motor Vehicles Act led to violent agitation in Uttarakhand's Roorkee on Monday where farmers came out in large numbers to protest against the provisions and set ablaze two motorcycles. Farmers alleged that since the new law has come into force, they are being penalised heavily. "How are we supposed...

    • 15 hrs ago
  • News

    MV Act Wont Be Implemented In Telangana Now, Govt Will Make Own Law: CM

    Hyderabad: The Telangana government is not in haste to implement the new penalty system under the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which came into force from September 1, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said on Sunday. Rao also said the state government would come out with its own law on the subject. "The new Act brought by the Centre, will not be implemented for now. We...

    • 24 hrs ago
  • Telangana

    Telangana not to implement steep fines under new Motor Vehicles Act, says KCR

    "No intention to harass the citizens with hefty fines," said K Chandrashekar Rao, the Telangana Chief Minister, on the floor of the Telangana Assembly on Sunday, making it clear that the state won't be imposing the heavy fines for traffic and road rule violations under the amended Motor Vehicles Act. The state will, instead, enact their amendments to the...

    • 24 hrs ago
  • Odisha

    Viral Video: Cops Caught Flouting New Motor Vehicles Act In Odisha?

    Berhampur: Ever since the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 has come into force, motorists have been forced to shell out hefty fines for violating traffic norms which at times result in police-public face-off. At this juncture, people are also not keeping behind in revealing the cops who are indulging in flouting traffic norms. One such incident has come to the fore from...

    • 2 days ago
  • India

    Odisha: Man fined Rs 6.5 lakh for old rules violation

    In what could be the heftiest fine imposed on a traffic violator, an owner of a truck was slapped with a fine amounting to Rs 6.53 lakh by the Sambalpur Regional Transport Office (RTO) for various offences. Though the incident happened on August 10, much before the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act, it came into light only on Saturday. It is being said that the fines were...

    • 2 days ago
  • India

    Jharkhand gives citizens 3-month breather from revised Motor Vehicle Act

    The government appealed to the people to complete their documents within three months. Maharashtra has already said that will not implement until Nitin Gadkari replies on their queries. Gujarat and Uttarakhand implemented it with lowering the fines. However in Bihar, the government implemented the new M V Act strictly, but now it has been given relaxation in checking. Now...

    • 2 days ago
  • India News

    Locals in Bihar's Muzzafarpur confront policeman for not wearing seat belt, demand imposition of fine as per amended Motor Vehicles Act

    Muzzafarpur: Days after the implementation of the newly amended Motor Vehicle Act, locals in Muzzafarpur seemed to have started taking safety measures seriously.Locals in Muzaffarpur confronted Policemen yesterday for not wearing seat belts while driving. ANIOn Friday, scores of people confronted policemen for...

    • 3 days ago
  • India

    New MV Act: Truck owner fined Rs 6,53,100 for violating half a dozen traffic rules, breaks all records till date

    New Delhi | Jagran News Desk:A truck owner from Nagaland was fined Rs 6,53,100 after being caught here in Odisha on August 10 for violating a slew of traffic rules, reported news agency ANI. With that, he had probably become the first truck owner in India to be fined such a hefty price for traffic rules violation before the new Motor...

    • 3 days ago
  • Odisha

    Truck Owner Fined Rs 6.53 Lakh! Wait, It's Not Under New MV Act

    Sambalpur: In what could be the heftiest fine imposed on a traffic violator, the driver and owner of a truck were slapped with fines amounting over Rs 6.53 lakh by the Sambalpur Regional Transport Office for various offences. Though the incident happened on August 10, much before the implementation of the amended Motor Vehicles Act, it is being said that the fines were reportedly...

    • 3 days ago

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