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अलीगढ़ में खड़ी बाइक का नोएडा पुलिस ने बिना सीट बेल्ट के काटा चालान

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चालान दिखाते पीड़ित

चालान दिखाते पीड़ित - फोटो : अमर उजाला


नोएडा यातायात पुलिस ने अलीगढ़ में खड़ी एक एएमयू सुरक्षा कर्मी की बाइक का छह माह पहले फोटो चालान कर दिया। चालान में चालक को बिना सीट बेल्ट पहनेे बाइक चलाते दर्शाते हुए जुर्माना लगाया गया है।

तीन दिन पहले बाइक स्वामी को जब डाक के माध्यम से चालान प्राप्त हुआ तो उसके होश उड़ गए। शनिवार को वह चालान भरने के लिए ट्रैफिक पुलिस के कार्यालय पहुंचा। वहां, उसका चालान छह माह पुराना होने के चलते नहीं भरा गया। अब वह चालान को लेकर अधिकारियों सहित कचहरी के चक्कर काट रहा है।

सिविल लाइंस इलाके की लोको कालोनी में रहने वाले मो. सलमान ने बताया कि वह एएमयू में सुरक्षा कर्मी हैं। उसके पास यूपी 81 एवी 7518 नंबर की बाइक है। तीन दिन पहले एक डाकिया घर आया और बाइक का चालान थमा दिया।

चालान खोलकर देखा तो वह नोएडा पुलिस की ओर से 25 मार्च 2019 को काटा गया था, जिस पर बाइक बिना सीट बेल्ट पहनकर चलाने पर जुर्माना दर्शाया गया है। चालान को लेकर वह ट्रैफिक पुलिस के कार्यालय पहुंचा तो पुलिस ने चालान छह माह पुराना होने के चलते जुर्माना राशि भरने से इंकार कर दिया।

इसके बाद कचहरी जाकर सपा छात्र सभा के निवर्तमान महानगर अध्यक्ष एवं अधिवक्ता मुंतजिम किदवई से मामले में परामर्श लिया गया। मुंतजिम किदवई के मुताबिक नोएडा पुलिस की यह भारी लापरवाही का नमूना है। इस मामले में अगर पीड़ित चाहेगा तो वह पुलिस को कटघरे में खड़ा कर जवाब तलब करेंगे।


अलीगढ़ में खड़ी बाइक का नोएडा पुलिस ने बिना सीट बेल्ट के काटा चालान
 
Gujarat: Ahmedabad Traffic Police ने Porsche Car का 9.8 लाख का Challan किया। Traffic rules 2019
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During a routine checking in Ahmedabad West. Porsche 911 was caught by PSI MB Virja. The vehicle had No Number Plate and Valid Documents. Vehicle detained and slapped fine of Rs. 9 Lakh 80 Thousand (9,80,000 INR).
 
Mind your speed! Chandigarh traffic police install six radars with LED screens to catch violators
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To educate motorists on driving behaviour and to instil in them fear of getting challaned for speeding, the UT traffic police have installed six speed radars and LED screens in different parts of the city. The radar detects the speed of the approaching vehicle, which is displayed on the LED screen.
The screens, which have been put up on medians, display the speed to alert motorists. If the speed is under 50 km per hour (kmph), the screen flashes a remark, "Thank You", when the speed is above 50 kmph and up to 60 kmph, the screen shows the "Slow Down" remark and in case the speed exceeds 60 kmph, it cautions the commuter with the word "Danger".
The system is equipped with a camera to click the picture of a speeding vehicle so that a challan can be issued to the violator. However, initially, the speed radars will be used to educate people. Shashank Anand, SSP (Traffic), said six such screens had been installed at crash-prone locations where speeding used to happen.

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Mind your speed! You are under radar
Traffic police install six radars with LED screens to catch violators
Posted: Jan 15, 2020 07:31 AM (IST)
  • Updated : 7 days ago

Mind your speed! Chandigarh traffic police install six radars with LED screens to catch violators
Chandigarh, January 14
To educate motorists on driving behaviour and to instil in them fear of getting challaned for speeding, the UT traffic police have installed six speed radars and LED screens in different parts of the city. The radar detects the speed of the approaching vehicle, which is displayed on the LED screen.
The screens, which have been put up on medians, display the speed to alert motorists. If the speed is under 50 km per hour (kmph), the screen flashes a remark, "Thank You", when the speed is above 50 kmph and up to 60 kmph, the screen shows the "Slow Down" remark and in case the speed exceeds 60 kmph, it cautions the commuter with the word "Danger".
The system is equipped with a camera to click the picture of a speeding vehicle so that a challan can be issued to the violator. However, initially, the speed radars will be used to educate people. Shashank Anand, SSP (Traffic), said six such screens had been installed at crash-prone locations where speeding used to happen.
“We will first educate people about the driving behaviour and then, if required, will undertake enforcement,” the SSP said.
The violation of speeding is rampant in the city. To deal with it, the traffic police regularly lay nakas. Last year, a total of 8,837 challans were issued for the offence.

As per the road accident analysis wing of the traffic police, speeding is the major reason behind mishaps on city roads.
In 2018, 92.72 per cent of road accidents reported from the city were caused due to rash driving and speeding.

Installation points
  • Near CRPF camp towards Hallo Majra light point
  • Ahead of Tribune Chowk towards Poultry Farm roundabout
  • Between Gurdwara and Kali Bari light points
  • Road separating Sector 45 and 46, towards Sector 45/46/49/50 light point
  • Ahead of Railway light point, towards Transport Chowk
  • Road separating Sector 49 and 50 towards Sector 45/46/49/50 light point



https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/mind-your-speed-you-are-under-radar-26244
 
Toyota Fortuner With Faulty Number Plate Asked to Fix It On Spot by Hyderabad Traffic Police


Toyota Fortuner With Faulty Number Plate Asked to Fix It On Spot by Hyderabad Traffic Police



Instead of issuing challan, under the Motor Vehicle (MV) Act, the traffic police they changed the number plate that meets the regulations and released the vehicle after that.


In India, the number plates of vehicles or the registration number have to be uniform and in a standard format. However, there are a few vehicle owners, who experiment with their car's number plate and opt for designer number plates that have a bizarre format or single numeric, among others. On Tuesday, traffic police in Hyderabad's Panjagutta caught a Toyota Fortuner with illegal registration plate.

According to the official Twitter handle of Hyderabad Traffic Police, the Fortuner number plate showcased a single number '9', which was in a bigger font than other characters on the registration plate. Even there was asterisk symbol or star on the number plate.

Instead of issuing challan, under the Motor Vehicle (MV) Act, the traffic police they changed the number plate that meets the regulations and released the vehicle after that.
#HYDTPinfo Today @insptr_pgt caught one Fortuner vehicle with an improper number plate and released it after changing the same. @AddlCPTrHyd pic.twitter.com/pU5rgQElli
— Hyderabad Traffic Police (@HYDTP) February 11, 2020
It is, however, not clear from the post, whether the owner of the Toyota Fortuner was asked to pay a fine for the "improper" number plate.
Several people took to the comment section of the post and said that usually such vehicles are of a few political leaders and police should have announced the name of the accused.
After the MV Act became all the more stringent, traffic police across several cities in the country have been carrying out special drives to check illegal number.



 
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बुलेट से निकाली पटाखे जैसी आवाज, पुलिस ने काटा 40 हजार का चालान, बाइक भी कर ली जब्त

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बुलेट से निकाली पटाखे जैसी आवाज, पुलिस ने काटा 40 हजार का चालान, बाइक भी कर ली जब्त


जींद में बुलेट सवार का 40 हजार का चालान

पुलिस ने बताया कि झांझ गेट के पास एक बुलेट बाइक (Bullet Bike) सवार पटाखे बजा रहा था. बाइक चालक (Biker) का उन्होंने लगभग एक किलोमीटर तक पीछा कर पकड़ लिया.

जींद. पुलिस द्वारा एक बुलेट बाइक (Bullet Bike) सवार का 40,000 रुपए का चालान (Challan) काटने का मामला सामने आया है. बाइक सवार ने बुलेट में ऊंची आवाज का साइलेंसर (Silencer) लगा रखा था और पटाखे जैसी आवाज निकाल रहा था. चेकिंग कर रही पुलिस द्वारा रोकने पर बाइक सवार नहीं रुका. पुलिस ने उसका एक किलोमीटर तक का पीछा कर उसे पकड़ लिया.

दस्तावेजों की जांच की तो वो बाइक के कुछ भी दस्तावेज नहीं दिखा पाया. यहां तक की बाइक की नंबर प्लेट भी नहीं थी. इस पर पुलिस ने बाइक का 40 हजार रुपये का चालान कर उसे इम्पाउंड कर दिया.

नहीं दिखा पाया कोई दस्तावेज

पुलिस ने बताया कि झांझ गेट के पास एक बुलेट बाइक सवार पटाखे बजा रहा था. बाइक चालक का उन्होंने लगभग एक किलोमीटर तक पीछा कर पकड़ लिया. दस्तावेजों की जांच की तो बाइक के वह कुछ भी दस्तावेज नहीं दिखा पाया और बाइक की नंबर प्लेट भी नहीं थी.

पुलिस ने की ये अपील

इस पर पुलिस ने ड्राइविंग लाइसेंस, आरसी, धुआं पर्ची, बीमा, अभद्र व्यवहार, हेलमेट, तीन सवारी, साइंलेसर चेंज, खतरनाक ड्राइव का चालान किया. इन सब की चालान राशि 40 हजार रुपये हुई. पुलिस ने बुलेट बाइक को इंपाउंड कर लिया. पुलिस का कहना है की बुलेट का साइलेंसर बदलने वाले मिस्त्रियों पर भी कार्रवाई होगी उन्होंने अपील की है कि परिजनों को चाहिए बच्चो को बाइक मॉडिफाई करवाने के लिए रुपए न दें.


 
New motor vehicle rules from October 1: No need to carry driving license?

Carrying vehicle license, registration certificate, insurance documents etc., will not be required from October if these documents are validated through government portal.

INDIA Updated: Sep 30, 2020 19:35 IST

hindustantimes.com | Edited by Poulomi Ghosh

hindustantimes.com | Edited by Poulomi Ghosh
Hindustan Times, New Delhi

The new rules to be effective from October 1 will ensure commuter convenience and safety. (Representative image)


The new rules to be effective from October 1 will ensure commuter convenience and safety. (Representative image)(PTI)

From October 1, a number of new motor vehicle rules are coming in force, aimed at ensuring commuter convenience. The Union ministry of road transport and highways has notified these new rules.

“Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) has recently issued notifications regarding various amendments in Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989 requiring the implementation of enforcement, Maintenance of Vehicular Documents and E-Challans through portal w.e.f 1.10.2020 for better monitoring and enforcement of MV Rules,” MoRTH said in a statement. Use of IT services and electronic monitoring will result in better enforcement of traffic rules in the country and will lead to removing harassment of drivers and would facilitate the citizens, it said.

Here are the new rules:
1. Carrying vehicle license, registration certificate, insurance documents etc., will not be required from October if these documents are validated through government portal.
2. The documents can be uploaded on Digi-locker or m-Parivahan. Both these apps are available in any playstore. One can register through their mobile number.

3. Revoking driving license will also happen digitally.
4. Records of license being disqualified etc., will be digitally stored.
5. E-challans will be issued on the portal.
6. Drivers can only use mobile phones for route navigation while driving.
These changes, to be effective from October 1, were brought in by the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019,


New motor vehicle rules from October 1: No need to carry driving license?
 
Man fined over ₹1 lakh for bike ride violations in Odisha

Last month, Rajya Sabha MP N Bhaskar Rao was fined ₹500 in Rayagada for not wearing a helmet during a motorcycle rally taken out to mark BJD's annual function.

By Debabrata Mohanty
UPDATED ON JAN 14, 2021 02:54 PM IST


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A man selling water storage drums on his bike has been fined a whopping ₹1,13,500 by transport department officials in southern Odisha district of Rayagada for a slew of violations under the amended Motor Vehicles Act.
Officials said Prakash Banjara, a youth from Amarpura village in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, was selling water storage drums on his bike when he was caught by traffic police during an inspection at DIB Square in Rayagada town. Traffic inspector Judhistir Lenka found the rider without a registration number and helmet.
Banjara was fined ₹5,000 for using vehicle without registration, another ₹5,000 for not possessing valid driving licence, ₹2,000 was imposed for not having insurance papers, ₹1,000 for not having helmet while a whopping fine of ₹1 lakh was imposed over sale of vehicle by dealer without a registration number.
The bike has been detained at Rayagada Town Police station and the man has been asked to deposit the penalty amount.
With deaths due to road accidents rising in 2020, the Supreme Court Committee on road safety during a recent review had expressed its concern. As per the state transport department, Odisha saw 27.5 per cent rise in fatalities due to road accidents during September and October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.
Last month, Rajya Sabha MP N Bhaskar Rao was fined ₹500 in Rayagada for not wearing a helmet during a motorcycle rally taken out to mark BJD's annual function.
In August last year, a Royal Enfield Bullet owner in Bengaluru was fined a massive ₹57,200 for 101 cases of traffic violations including 41 cases of riding without a helmet, 28 cases of pillion not wearing a helmet and 10 cases of using mobile while riding.


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Man fined over ₹1 lakh for bike ride violations in Odisha
 
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Now pay fine for not wearing seat belt on car's back seat, not installing side mirror on bikes
Officials said that this rule has been mentioned in both the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 and the Central Motor Vehicle Act 1989.

Reported By: DNA Web TeamDNA Web Team | Edited By: Arijit Saha | Source: DNA webdesk | Updated: Jan 15, 2021, 08:49 PM IST
Delhi Traffic Police

If you are planning to visit the national capital of Delhi (Delhi) in a car or two-wheeler, then this news is very important for you. New traffic rules have come into effect since Friday. Under this, now it will be necessary to put a seat belt if you are sitting on the back seat of the car as well. Whereas, in a two-wheeler, it will be mandatory to have side mirrors. If this is not done, Delhi Traffic Police can cut your challan.

While issuing orders in this regard, the Delhi Traffic Police stated, 'Most two-wheelers do not have side mirrors, and some people intentionally remove mirrors. Due to which the risk of an accident increases to a great extent during driving. At the same time, the person sitting on the back seat of the car never attaches a belt. Due to this small negligence in a major accident, the passenger dies.

Officials said that this rule has been mentioned in both the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 and the Central Motor Vehicle Act 1989.

But now the traffic police will campaign in Delhi to spread awareness about this rule and will also charge a fine. According to the information received by the department, a fine of Rs 1000 will be imposed for not installing the rear seat belt in the car, and a challan of Rs 500 will be deducted for not installing a side mirror in a two-wheeler.


 
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