Senior officials said that the bus had violated several road safety norms including air and noise pollution regulations.
Surprisingly, even though the truck driver was levied a penalty for driving without a valid license, his DL for transportation showed validity till 06.08.2022 while his DL for non-transportation is valid still 20.10.2037.
Jajpur: It seems people have gradually adopted carefree attitude while adhering to traffic rules especially after the Odisha Government eased the provision of hefty fines under the new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 for three months following public resentment at many places of the State. It may be noted that Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had […]
Bhubaneswar: After the end of six-month relaxation period, stricter restrictions under the new Motor Vehicles Act began in Odisha on Sunday. As per the new rules, Rs 5000 penalty will be imposed on commuters for driving vehicles without license, Rs 10,000 and Rs 2000 will be levied for not carrying pollution certificate and insurance certificate […]
Bhubaneswar: A bus owner in Odisha was slapped a fine of Rs 5.8 lakh under the new Motor Vehicle (MV) Act on Wednesday for plying the vehicle without valid stage carriage permit and other necessary documents. As per the information shared by Regional Transport Office (RTO)- II, the bus bearing registration no- OD10F0409 plying from […]
Angul: In yet another incident of new Motor Vehicle rule violation, a minor boy in Pallahara under Angul district was fined Rs 26,000 by the Junior Motor vehicle Inspector (MVI) of Talcher RTO on Tuesday. Sources said, the minor boy was apprehended by the Jr MVI, Bipin Bihari Das while conducting a vehicle checking at […]