Biker In Odisha Fined a huge amount of Rs 1,13,000 For Violating Motor Vehicle Act

Bikers fined Rs 1,13,000 For Violating Motor Vehicle Act-

Rayagada: The Transport Office in Odisha’s Rayagada district has imposed a huge fine on a man from Madhya Pradesh in connection with a new vehicle violation. The amount of the fine is unbelievable. This is the highest number of motorists in Odisha under the Revised Vehicles Act 2019।

The name of the person who violated the law was Prakash Banjara. His home is in Amarpura village in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh. The man was selling water tubs on a bike. He was stopped by traffic police near the DIB intersection in Rayagada town on Thursday. He was stopped and asked to show traffic police documents. Transportation officials checked his paperwork with police।

The Department of Transportation cut the bill in Prakash’s name. According to the report, he was driving without a helmet. He did not even have a bike registration number. He also came to Odisha without registration to buy a bike in the state. In Rayagada, he sold water tubs on bikes।

He was fined Rs 1,13,000 for driving without a registration number, other documents and without a driver’s license, and wearing a helmet. He was fined thousands of rupees for not wearing a helmet, 2,000 for not having insurance, 5,000 for not registering a vehicle, and 5,000 for not having a driver’s license. A fine of Rs 1 lakh has been imposed on the dealer for violating the CH-VII 182 A-1 rule while selling a vehicle।

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