SP Chief Akhilesh Yadav Slams Centre Over Hiked Traffic Fines
Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday slammed the Centre for imposing steep penalties on commuters under the amended Motor Vehicle Act 2019.
Taking to Twitter, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister tweeted in Hindi, which loosely translates to, "The new rules pertaining to Challans implemented by the BJP ruled state governments are anti-people and oppressive. The BJP implemented this act only in those places where it can challenge the decisive leadership and can take strict action."
"This is the beginning of opposition to decentralise BJP," he added.
भाजपा शासित राज्यों द्वारा चालान के नये नियमों को न मानना दर्शाता है कि ये सच में कितने जनविरोधी व दमनकारी हैं, तभी तो उन राज्यों की इतनी हिम्मत हुई कि वो “सख़्त फ़ैसले” लेने वाले तथाकथित “निर्णायक नेतृत्व” को चुनौती दे सकें.
ये भाजपा में ‘अतिकेंद्रीकरण’ के विरोध की शुरुआत है.
— Akhilesh Yadav (@yadavakhilesh) September 12, 2019
Amid public outcry over new provisions in the new Motor Vehicles Act, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday stated that hefty fines were not imposed to generate revenue for the government but to save lives of the people.
"We are implementing this to create respect and fear for the law so none can do such type of thing. That is the reason behind it. If you obey the law, you don't have to give any fine. 30 years before, the fine was 100 rupees. Now what is the value of Rs 100 today?" the Union Minister had told ANI.
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