Motor Vehicle Act: Rajasthan, Maharashtra want to go low on traffic penalties
By New Indian Express 05-Sep-2019
Under the amended provisions, penalties for traffic-related violations have increased sharply. But instead of penalties, Gehlot said his government would focus on reducing the number of road accidents by making the general public aware of traffic rules.
यह भी पढ़ें : सीएम अशोक गहलोत ने पुलिस अधिकारियों के साथ की कानून व्यवस्था की समीक्षा
However, a few days ago, Rajasthan transport minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas had termed the new provisions of the Central Motor Vehicles Act as ‘impractical’ as ‘the new penalty amount is extremely excessive’. He had also stated that increasing of penalty amount has no connection with preventing accidents, and claimed that it will only increase corruption : " When the Central Motor Vehicle Act became applicable in the entire country, then it became applicable in Rajasthan as well. We want to work in a way that accidents stop entirely. My belief is that the increasing fine amount has no connection to the prevention of accidents. This will only increase corruption."
Meanwhile, Maharashtra too will be altering the penalties before implementing the new MV Act. “The amended act has a provision wherein the states can alter the provisions regarding fines according to what suits them.
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