Nagpur: Helmetless bikers spotted in J.P Nadda's rally

18 Sep 2019 08:09 PM

Nagpur: Helmetless bikers spotted in J.P Nadda's rally

Updated 18 Sep 2019 08:09 PM

The amendment to the Motor Vehicles Act, which sharply increased fines on traffic violations, were objected to by not just the Congress-ruled Rajasthan or the TMC-ruled West Bengal, but at least three BJP-ruled states. The first among them was Modi's Gujarat.Interestingly, the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill 2019, passed by Parliament in July, has been advertised by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as one of its 'achievements' in the first 100 days in power. 

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