No aggressive implementation of Motor Vehicles Act for 3 months: Naveen Patnaik
By Moneycontrol 10-Sep-2019
- Amid resentment over imposition of heavy fines on traffic rule violators, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik directed officials not to enforce provisions of the new Motor Vehicles Act aggressively for three months.
- Several people were injured in a recent clash between police and a group of people here over collection of hefty penalties under the new legislation.
- "Patnaik has expressed deep concern over the public resentment which has been reported from some parts of the state, particularly Bhubaneswar, on account of enforcement of the provisions of recently announced Motor Vehicles Act," said an official statement issued by his office.
- The chief minister has directed the "enforcement agencies not to go on an overdrive to implement the provisions of the MV Act, rather counsel the public to facilitate compliance with the amended provisions of the act", an official said.
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