Jharkhand to give 3-month relief from fines under new MV act

16 Sep 2019 09:51 AM

Jharkhand to give 3-month relief from fines under new MV act

Updated 16 Sep 2019 09:51 AM

In a bid to provide relief to people from paying hefty fines for traffic violations under the new Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act, the Jharkhand government has asked state residents to complete all their documents within three months while putting the provisions of the Act on hold for the said period. Jharkhand Transport Minister, CP Singh said, "Taking note of the issues people are facing, we have decided to give three-month relief to people so that they can get their documents in order."

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