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Tag: Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera

Bus Services Will Return Back To Normal Soon: Odisha Transport Minister
Bus Services Will Normalise Soon: Odisha Transport Minister

Bhubaneswar: With further relaxations in COVID19 restrictions under unlock 4 guidelines, Odisha Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera is hopeful that bus services will return to normalcy soon. “A fewer buses are now running now due to low number of passengers. Though we had resumed the government bus services, we had to suspend it due to low […]

Hefty Fines Under MV Act: Youth Congress Seeks Fixation Of Traffic Fines At Rs 1,000

Bhubaneswar: Youth Congress on Saturday sought a six-month relaxation in the enforcement of traffic rules under the amended Motor Vehicles Act in Odisha. A delegation of the party’s youth wing led by its president Loknath Maharathy on Saturday met Odisha Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera and submitted a memorandum in this regard. Besides, the Congress delegation […]

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Motorists Beware As Strict Enforcement Of Traffic Rules To Resume From March 1 In Odisha

Bhubaneswar: After an extended relaxation of 6 months, motorists will now have to be more cautious as Odisha Transport Department is gearing up for strict enforcement of new MV Act guidelines from March 1. State Transport Minister, Padmanabha Behera on Thursday informed that as the deadline for relaxation period is nearing, efforts will be initiated […]

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 […]

Road accidents rise in Odisha; Alcohol main culprit

Bhubaneswar: In last six months as many as 10,950 drunk driving cases have been registered in Odisha. There has been a 10 per cent rise in the number of road accident cases in the State this year and the major causes are alcohol consumption and use of mobile phones while driving, informed Transport Secretary after […]