Uttarakhand: There Will Be A Churn In The Cabinet On The New Motor Vehicles Act, The Govt. Can Give Some Relief

Uttarakhand: There Will Be A Churn In The Cabinet On The New Motor Vehicles Act, The Govt. Can Give Some Relief

In the new Motor Vehicles Act, the Transport Department has certainly prepared a proposal for new rates of compounding, but the government does not necessarily accept its proposal. The cabinet meeting will also discuss the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act and public awareness about it.

According to Transport Department sources, a proposal for new rates of compounding has been prepared. In this proposal, it is proposed to increase the rate of compounding fee from two to five times. But the cabinet has to put the final seal on the proposal. When asked about the new Act, Transport Minister Yashpal Arya said that this subject is being brought in the cabinet meeting. The new act will be considered in the meeting. According to Transport Minister Yashpal Arya, “There is also a need to make the public aware of the new Act. This issue will be discussed at the meeting. The main objective of the Safe Traffic System Act is. But due to the new law, people are not aware of it. ”According to sources, in the cabinet meeting, the government may decide to reduce the proposed rates of compounding fee.

Traffic police cannot cut challan immediately if DL, RC is not shown

Under Rule 139 of the Central Motor Vehicles Act, the driver has to give 15 days time to present the documents. The traffic police cannot immediately clear the challan. This is to say of senior advocate Prem Lata Singh. According to him, since the new Motor Vehicle Act came into force, it is not a crime if the vehicle does not show the Registration Certificate, Pollution Under Control Certificate, Driving License and Permit Certificate.

Rule 139 of the Act provides that the driver is given 15 days to present the documents. If the driver claims to show these documents in 15 days, then his traffic police or RTO will not cut the traffic. He said that Section 158 of the Act provides that the time for being an accident or showing these documents in a particular case is seven days. If the challan is still deducted, the driver has the option to dismiss it in court.

According to the lawyer, if the traffic police illegally deduct the challan, it does not mean that the driver will have to fill the challan. This challan can be challenged in court. The court feels that the driver has all the documents and if he is not given 15 days time to present these documents, he can waive the fine. Apart from this, the signature of a witness is also required in the challan. The traffic police have to produce a witness during the summary trial of the case in court. If the police fail to produce a witness, then the court can forgive the challan.

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