Under MV act, Rs 1000 as fine for not using rear seat belts

11 Sep 2019 09:42 PM

Under MV act, Rs 1000 as fine for not using rear seat belts

Updated 11 Sep 2019 09:42 PM

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday defended the recent hike in traffic fines and described it as a deterrent which will promote road safety and avert accidents.

According to the Minister of Road Transport & Highways and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, the higher fines are meant to save lives rather than augment revenue.

Gadkari said that states can decide to lower the fines imposed in their jurisdiction.

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