Public fined for violating traffic rules

Public fined for violating traffic rules

Action against public for breaking traffic rules.

Public fined for violating traffic rules

Traffic police is back in action against people breaking traffic rules. More than 1100 challans were cut in last week in the campaign.

With the growing pressure of traffic, the traffic police has once again begun their campaign against people not following traffic rules. Taking strict action against violators, police collected fine of more than 2 lakh rupees in the past week.

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As per reports, the campaign which was conducted between 16th and 21st October saw more than 1100 challans being cut against people who break traffic rules, drunken driving, black films on 4-wheelers, more than one pillion rider, modified silencers, minors driving without learning license, using mobile while driving and, of course, against people for riding 2-wheelers without wearing helmets. Modified silencers were taken-off and company silencers were fitted on vehicles in police stations. It is yet another point that many policemen are still seen riding bikes without wearing helmets. Probably rules are not meant for the ‘uniform adorners’.

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