Tag: New Mv Act

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PUC Certificate To Be Made Mandatory For Filling Fuel In Delhi

As per department experience, PUCC enforcement is highly effective when conducted at fuel stations, thus it has been proposed to make PUC certification mandatory for refuelling of vehicles at Petrol Pumps in Delhi

  • Saturday, 29 January 2022
New MV Act: Nightmare For Auto-Rickshaw Driver, Fined Rs 47K For Violations!

Bhubaneswar: Days after the implementation of the amended Motor Vehicles Act, an auto-rickshaw driver here in the capital city is believed to have witnessed a nightmare after he was penalised a hefty Rs 47,500 for violating various traffic rules. A Traffic police near Acharya Vihar today levied the penalty on the auto-rickshaw driver and issued […]

  • Monday, 26 April 2021
No Need To Panic Over New Motor Vehicles Act: Transport Secretary

Bhubaneswar: Amid brewing public dissatisfaction over police crackdown and collection of hefty fines from motorists violating revised traffic rules enforced under the new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act from September 1, the State government today urged people to get their necessary documents ready without fearing the tightened norms. “People don’t need to panic over the new […]

  • Monday, 26 April 2021
MLA Ananta Jena Fined For Violating New Traffic Rules

Bhubaneswar: Amid brewing public discontent over alleged traffic police leniency towards government officials, former Bhubaneswar Mayor and sitting MLA Ananta Narayan Jena was fined by cops today for violating rules under the new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act 2019 which came into effect from September 1. Jena, who is an MLA from Bhubaneswar-Central constituency was fined […]

  • Monday, 26 April 2021
Odisha Biker Slapped Fine Of Rs 22,500 On Multiple Charges under MVA

Bolangir: A few days after Odisha Government relaxed rules under the New Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act for some violations like pollution and insurance of vehicles for three months, a commuter was today charged with a fine of Rs 22,500 over multiple charges in Kantabanji area of the district. As per reports, one Sushant Kumar Meher […]

  • Sunday, 25 April 2021
New MV Act: 3 More Camp Offices Opened To Issue Learner’s License In Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar: In order to ease the rush in the main offices of Regional Transport Officers (RTOs) in the capital city for obtaining learner’s licenses (LL) following enforcement of the new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, three more camp offices have been opened in Bhubaneswar to issue licenses to the denizens from today. The camps have been […]

  • Sunday, 25 April 2021
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New MV Act: Motorcycle dealership in Odisha Slapped Rs 1 Lakh Fine

Paralakhemundi: Selling vehicle without registration proved costly for a vehicle dealership as a whopping Rs 1 lakh penalty was imposed by the office of Gajapati Regional Transport Officer (RTO). As per reports, one Jubinas Bhuyan of Tarbha village under Gumma block of Gajapati had bought a motorcycle from Sitaram Motors in Rayagada. However, the dealer […]

  • Sunday, 25 April 2021
New MV Act: Odisha Collects Traffic Penalty Worth Over Rs 1 Crore In Two Months

Bhubaneswar: A whopping Rs 1,05,34,760 was collected as penalty from people for violating various traffic norms between September 1 and November 1 since the implementation of amended Motor Vehicle Act, State commerce and transport minister Padmanabha Behera informed the Odisha Assembly on Thursday. Replying to a question raised by BJP MLA Mohan Charan Majhi, Behera […]

  • Friday, 23 April 2021
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New MV Act: December 1 Deadline Likely To Be Extended

Bhubaneswar: Keeping in view the heavy rush at the regional transport offices in Bhubaneswar and other places across Odisha, State Transport Minister today said that the government is rethinking its decision with regard to strict implementation of New Motor Vehicles Act from December 1, hinting that the deadline might be extended again. Raising the issue […]

  • Thursday, 22 April 2021
Odisha Seeks Central Assistance To Curb Road Mishaps

Bhubaneswar: Odisha government needs more central assistance for its road safety awareness campaigns, said Transport Minister Padmanabh Behera ahead of his visit to New Delhi to attend a meeting as a part of the National Road Safety Week observance. As per reports, Odisha ranks 5th in terms of road accidents, however, the state has reportedly […]

  • Tuesday, 20 April 2021
Odisha Govt Collects Rs 38.67 Cr Fine Under New MV Act

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has collected over Rs 38.67 crore as fine for violation of traffic norms under the amended Motor Vehicle (MV) Act 2019, said a Minister on Thursday. Replying to a written question of Biju Janata Dal (BJD) MLA Soumya Ranjan Patnaik, Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera informed the state Assembly that Rs 38.67 […]

  • Monday, 19 April 2021
Traffic Violators In Odisha Cough Up Rs 1.06 Crore On Day-1

Bhubaneswar: The State Transport Authority (STA) has collected a whopping Rs 1.06 crore in just 24 hours of re-enforcement of Motor Vehicles Act 2019 in Odisha on March 1, revealed Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera today. As per the information shared by the Minister, total 3870 motorists were penalised among which 126 persons were fined for […]

  • Monday, 19 April 2021
Govt Must Not Relent On Implementation of New MVA

By Sandeep Sahu The man looked mighty agitated. “By all means, impose means for all other traffic violations: registration, insurance, pollution and everything else. But for heaven’s sake, spare those lacking driving licenses (DLs)? How can you fine people when they have been waiting for their DLs for over a month and half after having […]

  • Monday, 19 April 2021
Bus Challaned 'Highest' Fine Rs 6.72 Lakhs For Violating New MV Act In Odisha

Boudh: A private bus in Odisha was on Thursday challaned probably the highest ever fine of Rs 6.72 lakh for violating various regulations under the amended Motor Vehicles Act -2019. The incident reportedly happened at Landibandh in Boudh district. As per reports, the challan was issued to a bus named ‘Minar’ plying between Bhubaneswar and […]

  • Monday, 19 April 2021
MV Act: 10 % Drop In Road Fatalities After New Law

New Delhi: Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari informed Rajya Sabha on Monday, “There has been a 10 per cent reduction in the number of deaths caused due to accidents in the country since the passage of the amended Motor Vehicles Act five months ago.” The minister, while replying to supplementaries during the Question Hour, said […]

  • Sunday, 18 April 2021