Delhi man fined Rs 23,000 for traffic violations…. See copy of Challan here

Motorcyclist was found to have violated 5 rules – driving without licence, without registration certificate, no third-party insurance, no pollution certificate and riding bike without a helmet.

Written by September 3, 2019 16:17

New Delhi: Days after the newly-amended Motors Vehicle Act came into existence, errant drivers are facing the music on road. Hefty penalties may have burnt a hole in pockets of bikers and car users but there is no let-up in rules violations on roads.

In an astonishing case, a Delhi-based motorcyclist was fined a whopping Rs 23,000 for not abiding by road rules and regulations.

As per challan issued to motorcyclist, Haryana traffic police issued a challan of Rs 23,000 to Dinesh Madan, a resident of Geeta Colony in East Delhi, for violation of multiple rules.

Motorcyclist was found to have violated 5 rules – driving without licence, without registration certificate, no third-party insurance, no pollution certificate and riding bike without a helmet.

Copy of Challan:

The challan was issued at Deep Plaza, opposite District Court in Gurugram.

Challan not by Haryana Traffic Police said:

Driving without driving licence – Rs 5000
Driving without registration certificate – Rs 5000
Driving without third-party insurance – Rs 2000
Violating air pollution standards – Rs 10,000
Driving without helmet or turban – Rs 1,000
Total fine – Rs 23000

On the first day of Motor Vehicles Act implementation, Delhi Traffic Police had issued 3,900 challans for several offences including 45 for driving under influence, 557 for dangerous driving, 42 for over speeding, and 207 for red light jumps.